The Galaxy S10's reverse wireless charging is expected to be significantly more powerful than that of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro which Samsung has been inspired by for this feature.
Just recently, FCC documents confirmed a number of the features of the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10. Among the features mentioned, the reverse wireless charge necessarily attracted the eye. It's been a while since anyone doubts that the future Korean flagship could serve as a charging base for other Qi-compatible devices, like what the Huawei Mate 20 Pro already offers.
However, the FCC unveils an interesting detail on this subject: the power of the Galaxy S10 wireless charging. "The device under test may be configured to receive or transmit AC power by magnetic induction or magnetic resonance. The frequency spectrum is 110 – 148kHz and can produce a maximum power of 9W, "reads the FCC document.
Excerpt from the FCC document for the Samsung Galaxy S10.
Stronger than the Mate 20 Pro?
On the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, the reverse wireless charge has a power of 2.5W according to Android Authority. This remains practical to troubleshoot, but it must be admitted that this is not the most effective solution either. In comparison, the most modest wired chargers, like that of the iPhone XS, revolve around 5W usually.
Thus, the Samsung Galaxy S10 would offer a little more exploitable power that would recharge faster devices on the back of the phone. This is not the first time that a copy maker has been inspired by an interesting feature devised by a competitor and improved the recipe.
While waiting for the formalization of the Samsung Galaxy S10, note that a new photo of the device comes to show that there will be a pearl white color. Find our complete file to have all the important information.
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