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.
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.