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Wireless PowerShare by Samsung – A new category in Wireless Charging?

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Did the new Samsung Galaxy S10 just introduce a new category with Wireless PowerShare? Apart from other cool features, Samsung’s new Smartphone is offering Fast Wireless Charging 2.0. Looking also at the introduction of Samsung’s foldable phone, Galaxy Fold, the Apple iPhone meanwhile looks sorts like a Laggard. Of course, Rumors recently said that Apple will come up with bilateral wireless charging for charging other devices. If it is true, then we need to establish how to call this feature in the future. Also, Huawei with its Mate 20 Pro model, who actually was the first one to introduce this feature, calls it differently, Reverse Wireless Charging. If you have any suggestion or comment, please do so below!

So, what exactly is Wireless PowerShare? Basically, it is Device-to-Device charging, devices just need the same standard as the device that provides power. As mentioned above Bilateral Wireless Charging and Reverse Wireless Charging are only different names for the same process.

What does Wireless PowerShare from Samsung actually mean? Wireless PowerShare enables the Galaxy S10 to share your power with other devices, such as other Qi wireless charging enabled phones or Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds. Samsung notes that the Battery charge needs to be above 30% to PowerShare on the move without being plugged into mains charge.

To complete the features of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Unpacked event, here are the features in an overview:

  • Wireless PowerShare
  • Fast Wireless Charging 2.0
  • Dynamic AMOLED screen
  • Hole-punch cameras
  • In-display fingerprint sensor
  • Triple-lens camera
  • Up to 1.5TB of storage
  • Up to 12GB of RAM
  • AI app prediction
  • 5G (will be launched in Q2 2019)

For more visit: Samsung’s product website

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1 Comment

  1. Alex

    I think its definitely one for the future, probably more of a gimmick than anything else right now, but that’s how all these things start isn’t it. Could definitely see reverse wireless charging being across the board on all smartphones in the not to distant future if they can get it to over 5W.


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