Among a long list of features that Samsung Galaxy S10 series devices hosts, the most anticipated feature is “PowerShare. The South Korean Giant never fails to offer futuristic features every year, in its flagship devices and this time it is PowerShare.
Samsung is so confident in the battery life of its S10 devices that it is letting you give away some of its precious percentage points. This new feature in Samsung Galaxy S10 devices literally allows you to charge any other Android device using your Samsung Galaxy S10. Yes, you have heard it right!
Want to know how you can do it? Scroll down to know how you can charge other Android Phones Wirelessly using Samsung galaxy S10’s PowerShare.
How to Charge Other Devices with Samsung Galaxy S10 Wireless Powershare?
While this Wireless PowerShare feature lets you charge other Android phones or Devices, but the feature was designed solely to allow the S10 to charge accessories like the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Watch. The feature is quite easy to use.
Here’s how you can charge other Android Devices using S10 PowerShare:
- In order to get started, you need to pull down your notification panel in Samsung Galaxy S10. For this, swipe down from the top of the screen.
- Swipe down once again that will reveal the full set of quick toggles.
- From there, select the Wireless PowerShare.
- After that, you will get the on-screen instructions on how to charge other devices. You need to follow those on-screen instructions to start charging.
- When finished, pull down the notification panel again and remove the phone. You’ll see a persistent notification for Wireless PowerShare. Tap it as usual to expand it, and then tap Turn off to stop it.
The best part about this feature is that you can still use your Samsung Galaxy S10 device, while charging another device. However, this will drain your phone’s battery faster, so it is advised to lay both the phones opposite to each other in such a way that their backs face each other.
Moreover, when your S10’s battery falls below 30 %, you won’t be able to use this feature and charge other devices. That said, you’ll also be able to charge other devices when the phone is plugged in, essentially turning the S10 into a wireless charging mat. Albeit a very costly one.