Huawei Mate 20 Pro not only supports the industry’s highest power 15W wireless charging but also brings an interesting reverse wireless charging technology, which can charge other mobile phones that support wireless charging. Although the power is not high, the temporary relief it offers is completely acceptable. Recent reports now shows that Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 series models will not only continue to support wireless charging but will also introduce their own reverse wireless charging called “PowerShare.” This news will definitely alert Huawei to keep a close tab on the Galaxy S10 series in case of a patent infringement.
The specific battery and charging specifications of the Galaxy S10 series are unclear, but considering that Samsung has been immersed in the wireless charging field for many years, it will probably improve the charging power. In addition, since it will be designed to charge other mobile phones, the battery capacity of 3000-3500 mAh is somewhat stretched. It will be better to have a 4000 mAh battery like the Galaxy Note 9, which will also keep up with the Mate 20 Pro.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series has three versions, the 5.8-inch S10 Lite (SM-G970F), the 6.1-inch S10 (SM-G973F), and the 6.4-inch S10 Plus (SM-G975F). These smartphones are expected to be released on February 20 next year. There may also be a special 5G version, equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, Snapdragon X50 5G baseband, and the display will reach 6.7 inches.