Samsung will present this February 20 its new high-end phone, Galaxy S10 range which will be composed of three different phones: S10 Lite, S10, and S10 Plus, with screens of different sizes and with a key innovation. The front camera of these three devices will be in a hole in the screen so it will not have a ‘notch’ like the iPhone.
In mid-September, the first rumors appeared that the Samsung Galaxy S10 line of smartphones would receive support for wireless charging technology and would be able to act as a charging station for other smartphones.
Now the first evidence of this information has appeared on the Web. This photo shows the control panel of a demonstration stand, where visitors to exhibitions and electronics stores can familiarize themselves with the key features and features of the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The inscription leaked indicates that clicking on any button allows you to learn more about a particular task. The first button shows an introductory video; the second starts a video about the new display, and the third button is devoted to the fingerprint sensor built under the screen surface. The penultimate button tells about the triple camera of the smartphone and, finally, the latter launches a video describing the process of wireless charging other devices using the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro was the first device that surprised us with this, but the novelty was diluted by its little usefulness over time. When trying to charge another phone, tests show that it can barely keep the charge so it would be much more useful in other smaller devices that can withstand wireless charging, such as earphones or watches, but Samsung, for now, has no devices of this type. The latter opens the question about whether on that same date we will see some redesign of, for example, Bluetooth headsets with wireless charging or something like that.