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Samsung Galaxy S10 Battery and Wireless Powershare

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There’s a complete turnaround in the power sector of this lineup, as revealed by the 4,100mAh battery. It scales beyond the 3K+ mAh battery we do see in Samsung Galaxy S phones. And I’m happy to inform you that the charging time is inversely proportional to the battery capacity. In simpler words, the phone charges at a high-speed rate because of the Fast Charging Technology 15W.

You don’t also have to carry USB-C cables all the time as there’s Wireless Charging technology in the smartphone. While charging wirelessly, the phone charges at the same pace as when USB chargers are used.

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Let’s assume your friend’s iPhone XS Max is low on battery power, and your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has over 30% battery, you can charge the iPhone XS Max with your S10 Plus without cords. It’s a feature called Wireless Powershare. Once the feature is turned on on the Galaxy device, the other device is placed on it and charging begins.

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