Korean giant – Samsung is hard at work putting backend touches to its upcoming Galaxy S10. And while the firm is trying all it can to keep the device a secret before it goes office, leaks and rumors are all we rely on to stay updated on the upcoming device.
Only a few hours after the model number of the 5G variant was revealed, a new leak has seemingly revealed what might be one of the devices’ selling points ahead of the official launch.
According to the latest leak, Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy S10 trio with not only fast wireless charging but also with reverse wireless charging dubbed “Powershare”. The “Powershare” much like the reverse charging on the Huawei Mate 20 will enable the Galaxy S10 trio automatically transfer power to another device when pressed against another that supports Qi wireless charging.
The possible battery sizes the Galaxy S10 trio will pack hasn’t yet been tipped, however, they are all expected to come packed with some huge battery sizes, otherwise, the idea of the reverse charging feature could prove to be less effective.
Reports say the Galaxy S10 trio will be unveiled on February 20 just ahead of next year’s MWC. The phone will be available for preorder from that date, and will then be released on 8 March.