This is how you can charge your smartphone at New Islamabad International Airport

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May 3, 2018
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Islamabad International Airport was inaugurated by the Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Tuesday 1st of May.
First flight to new Islamabad International airport from Karachi landed at the new airport on the same day.
The New Islamabad International airport will become fully operational from today.

The newly constructed airport has cell phone charging stations that can only be unlocked through fingerprint verification.
In a video that is circulating on social media, shows a man unlocking the charging docks through his fingerprint.

Have a look:

This will help you not worry about staying there while your phone is being charged. The phone stays safe and no one can steal your phone while you go and bring yourself a coffee, say your prayer or sit and read newspaper in the meantime.

Typical charging stations require your fingerprint to lock and unlock the bay. When your device is being charged, a red light shows the locker is unavailable while there is a green light being shown if the locker is available. If there is no device connected to the charging cable, the fingerprint reader does not work. This feature helps to prevent an individual from locking the station without a phone.

 
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