Charge Other Devices with 'Powershare'
Like the Galaxy S10 from our video above, Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 has a feature known as Powershare. Also called "Reverse Wireless Charging".
Let me explain.
Using the wireless charging coil inside the phone, Samsung's "Powershare" feature will crank that wireless coil to send power OUT instead of intake battery power. So instead of setting your phone on a charging pad, it becomes the wireless charger itself.
Basically, you can drop a Galaxy S10, Galaxy S9, iPhone X, Galaxy Buds, or even a smartwatch on the back of the Galaxy Note 10, and it'll start recharging the device.
Powershare wirelessly charges other gadgets from the big 4,300 mAh Galaxy Note 10+ battery. Amazing! Not to mention a new wireless charging 2.0 that makes wireless charging just as fast as wired, or the super-charged 45w wired charging technology. These phones last longer than before and recharge quicker than ever.