A recent photo corroborates the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S10 would benefit from reverse wireless charging to load other product just by putting it on the smartphone.
More time passes and less the Samsung Galaxy S10 has secrets. The design of the latter – with the hole in the screen – was once again shown in a long series of stolen photos. On top of that, another image was shared by the Techtastic website.
In this photo, we see an explanatory board present in the Galaxy S10 box. The document is a summary of some of the key features of the phone such as the fingerprint reader under the screen or the triple photo sensor. To this is added a last icon (at the bottom) showing a battery and an arrow to the outside.
Reverse wireless charging
The inscription that emphasizes the pictogram is in Korean, but a contact fluent in the language tells us that it is literally written "wireless battery sharing". Previous information dating back to December already indicated that the Samsung Galaxy S10 could serve as an induction charging station, as is already the case of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. In practical terms, this can be useful for troubleshooting a friend or refueling on a connected watch.
This new image corroborates this track a few weeks before the formalization of the future flagship.
To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy S10, we invite you to take a look at our dedicated summary folder.
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