LG is very busy at Mobile World Congress this year and it's new LG Revolution is not only going to be running Android 2.2 (Froyo), but will also come with an optional inductive charging plate for wireless charging. The plate takes advantage of Fulton Innovation's "eCoupled inductive coupling technology.
Users will have to have a separate inductive charger, but the advantage is that it can wirelessly charge a wide array of devices at the same time. No word on the how much the optional plate will be, but will be made available as an accessory after the Revolution launches in March.
In addition, it looks like the Revolution is powering the latest flavor of Froyo, Android 2.2.2. That means major bug fixes before the handset is even launched. A very good thing.
[via Unwired View]