Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs List Might Include ‘Powershare’ Feature

The wireless charging tech will allow the handset to charge other smartphones

With 2018 nearing its end, tech enthusiasts now have their eyes set on the next line of smartphones ready to create waves in the new year. One of the most anticipated smartphones of 2019 is the Samsung Galaxy S10 which will mark the 10th anniversary of Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone line. Notably, a lot of rumors surrounding Samsung Galaxy S10 specs, features and price details have already flooded the market.

There are reports that suggest the smartphone giant will launch a total of four devices as part of the Galaxy S10 2019 lineup, including the usual S10, S10 Plus, a new Galaxy S10 Lite and a Galaxy S10 5G variant, likely dubbed Beyond X, which will likely remain exclusive to specific regions.

Talking about specs, Samsung Galaxy S10 already has a lot of surprising stuff up its sleeve including some exciting features like the new Infinity-O display, an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner, and up to six cameras to name a few. Well, if a new report is to be believed the handsets will also come with wireless charging tech that will allow it to charge other smartphones.

The new feature in question will be called Powershare and will be included in all four Galaxy S10 devices, including the Lite version, reported India Today. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro features a reverse wireless feature. The feature allows smartphone phone owners to charge their device by keeping it on the back of Mate 20 Pro.

Samsung’s tenth-anniversary edition phone, Beyond X, is expected to get a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, which is also likely going to be an Infinity-O display, 5G support as well as a total of six cameras.

Samsung is expected to unveil at least some of the Galaxy S10 models at Mobile World Congress 2019 event, which is scheduled to be held in Barcelona in February.

Don’t forget to check with TheChiefObserver for the latest Samsung Galaxy S10 specs, features, price and release date details.


Caroline Finnegan

A professionnal journalist for the past ten years, I cover global news and economic affairs for The Chief Observer.

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