A few months back, Huawei launched its Mate 20 Pro smartphone that comes with reverse wireless charging. Basically, the feature enables users to place another smartphone or device that has support for wireless charging on the back panel of the Mate 20 Pro and it will begin charging. Huawei Mate 20 Pro actually shares some of the juice from its 4,200mAh battery to the device kept on top of its back panel. And now, we may get to see the same feature in Samsung‘s upcoming flagship smartphones.
According to technology news website TechTastic, smartphones from the Samsung Galaxy S10 series will come with the reverse wireless charging. The report also says that the company will be calling this feature as PowerShare. However, as of now, there is no clarity on whether the Samsung Galaxy S10E, which is the name being used for the ‘Lite’ version of the smartphone, will have this feature.
The Dutch news website has also shared an image that seems to be taken at a demo booth. In the photo, we can see a controller with different buttons that play videos of various features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone.
The first button on the image plays the video advertisement of the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone, the second one plays a video about the device‘s display, the third one plays a video that talks about the handset’s in-display fingerprint scanner, and the fourth one about the triple rear camera setup that the phone sports. And that last button that can be seen is for the PowerShare reverse charging wireless feature.
We should mention that although Huawei was the first to incorporate this technology, Mate 20 Pro‘s reverse charging feature is reportedly very slow and has been termed by some media reports as a “waste of time”. We are hoping that Samsung implements this technology better.
The company recently confirmed that it is holding a Galaxy Unpacked event on February 20, ahead of Mobile World Congress 2019. The South Korean technology giant is expected to launch its upcoming flagship devices at the event. Samsung recently also hinted that it will be launching its much-talked-about foldable phone at the same event.
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American country music legend Kenny Rogers has died aged 81.
A family representative said he “passed away peacefully at home from natural causes”.
Rogers topped pop and country charts during the 1970s and 1980s, and won three Grammy awards.
Known for his husky voice and ballads including The Gambler, Lucille and Coward Of The County, his career spanned more than six decades.
He once summed up his popularity by explaining that he believed his songs
“say what every man wants to say and that every woman wants to hear”.
After growing up in poverty on a federal housing estate in Houston, Texas, Rogers
began recording. with a string of bands, including Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, before launching
his solo career in 1976.
Kenny Rogers prepares to hang up his microphone
He was never a favourite of music critics, but became one of the most successful pop-country crossover
acts of all time, and the 10th best-selling male artist in US history in terms of album
He collaborated with other country music legends during his career, including Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson.