Samsung Galaxy S10: some versions may incorporate wireless charging reverse

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is still relevant today despite the fact that there are still many weeks to your presentation. The pandora’s box of the leaks has been opened and many are the rumors that circulate around the new flagship of the south Korean company. Recently we were able to determine the possible dates and prices of output to the terminal, also spoke of a possible camera ultra pan, now has come the turn to the battery. According to new leaks, Samsung could incorporate charging systems reverse some of the three modalities of the Galaxy S10.

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From Sammobile, a half dedicated fully to Samsung, claim that the three models of Samsung Galaxy S10 could incorporate a charging system reverse. At least that’s what it would have confirmed a course report where the term appears “Poweshare” between the aspects of your battery. It is a new way of proceeding that has already incorporated the Matte 20 Pro Huawei a couple of months ago.

The operation of this system could allow other devices to be billed automatically with just position yourself on top of the smartphone. That is to say, if we want to load a few wireless headsets, there will not be a plug to the mains by means of the cable. The new battery of the Samsung Galaxy S10 could load them independently and without any type of physical connection. Everything seems to indicate that the arrival of the reverse load charge to Apple has activated the alarms on the Samsung, and the incorporation of the function Poweshare is closer than ever to the Galaxy S10.

In accordance with the new filtration, the wireless charging reverse would not be logical to arrive to the three models of the Galaxy S10. To apply this system in all of the versions doesn’t make much sense, since the model more low you may have a battery of 3,000 mAh that would not endure a long time by giving up his load to other devices. Also, the wireless charging is pretty slow and not very effective, so that there is much to improve in this aspect.

For the moment, Samsung remains at the margins of these information. However, this type of leak does not tend to fail and all seems to indicate that we will see wireless charging on the new Samsung Galaxy S10.

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Source | Sammobile


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