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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus features 9W Reverse Wireless Charging



When Huawei launched the Mate 20 Pro last year one of the unique features of that phone was the ability to charge any other device wirelessly (Obviously if that other device supports wireless charging). But, it was more of a gimmick since the charging speed is merely 2.5W which means the charging is extremely slow. But now, with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, we will see the similar technology but with a better implementation.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus features Reverse Wireless Charging

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus features Reverse Wireless Charging

So, the S10+ is coming with the 9W Reverse Wireless Charging which means it is way faster than the 2.5W charging of the Mate 20 Pro. FYI, the normal smartphones that don’t support fast charging come with the 10W Adapters so you can now understand that the reverse wireless charging is very fast on the Galaxy S10 Plus.

As the image above shows, the upcoming “Samsung Galaxy Buds” can be charged wirelessly using this feature. So, the case in which the Galaxy Buds are kept supports Wireless charging and to charge the Buds, the users only need to enable the Reverse Wireless Charging on the phone and then keep the case on the back of the device.

According to WinFuture, the price of Samsung Galaxy Buds will be around €149 or $170.

Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

Every day, we are getting new information related to Samsung’s next flagships. Let’s see what more Samsung has to showcase with its Galaxy S10 Lineup.


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