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Technology & IT | Sunday 23 June, 2019 1:00 am |

Wireless PowerShare Gives You the Power to Share

Despite the plethora of design innovations entering today’s smartphone space, longer-lasting smartphone batteries are a common mobile trend many consumers long for. According to industry insights, over 40% of smartphone users[1] say that longer battery life is the design feature they want most.

With device functionality changing as smartphones enter new frontiers of innovation, the smartphone experience is changing rapidly as well. As next generation mobile networks begin to enable faster data transmission and speeds, the functions that users will be able to fulfil will continue to change the possibilities of everyday life. This means smartphone battery power will also need to be innovated to stay aligned with the increased ways consumers interact and share the world around them.

While technological developments are vastly improving battery charge capacity and allowing significant reductions in energy usage, there’s always room for performance breakthroughs to emerge on the smartphone scene. Luckily for consumers, there is one area Samsung has been tinkering away with to devise a truly innovative way to empower users to do more: Wireless PowerShare.

Thanks to the addition of the Wireless PowerShare feature to the Galaxy S10 lineup, users now have the unique ability to wirelessly charge other Galaxy devices and accessories anytime, anywhere. This affords users the ability to recharge with the Galaxy S10’s device-to-device wireless power sharing even when they’re away from a power outlet. As a true industry first, this lets users charge Qi-certified phones, Galaxy wearables or Galaxy Buds, without the need for additional wires and chargers.


Whether you’re in the middle of a workout or navigating that busy rush hour on the way in to work, a dead battery is the last thing that’s needed. However, with the Galaxy Watch Active, those worries can be put to rest as the battery is rated for 45 hours and can be boosted with a power top up from your Galaxy S10.


The convenience of Wireless PowerShare extends to the Galaxy Buds. By setting the Galaxy Buds case on the back of the Galaxy S10, your friends or family’s Galaxy Buds can conveniently receive that much-needed boost of power to get them through the day.




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