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Samsung to copy Huawei’s most expensive phone’s biggest feature

Nowadays, the smartphone market is becoming more and more competitive. If the speed of innovation cannot keep up with the new phone announcements, it will not be attractive to consumers.

In October, the long-awaited Huawei Mate 20 series were officially released. Huawei launched four new phones at once this time. Each product has its own highlights and brings a higher level of technology to us.

Among the numerous high technologies in Huawei Mate 20 series, the wireless reverse charging of Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the most powerful and eye-catching one, which has attracted attention from media and fans.



The Mate 20 Pro introduces a ground-breaking wireless reverse charging technology, which enables the smartphone itself to work as a power bank for other devices.



Now, according to a report from Gizmodo UK, it seems that they have heard from their sources that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 could feature reverse wireless charging as well, with the feature expected to be known as “Powershare”, although details on the feature are a bit scarce at the moment, but for the most part we imagine that it should do pretty much the same as what the Huawei Mate 20 Pro does.

At present, there are some mobile phones on the market that support reverse charging, Huawei Mate 20 Pro isn’t the first one. In the case that other devices are out of power, mobile phones that support reverse charging can be used for the emergency.

For example, Xiaomi’s Max3, Gionee M5, and Media Pad M1 have previously offered reverse charging, however, Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro is the first to use reverse wireless charging, this technology is more difficult to achieve.



The Huawei Mate 20 Pro features the “flowing” design that endows the devices with a low drag coefficient, and its chassis is curved on all eight sides—a marvel to behold, and a pleasure to hold in the hand.

The Mate 20 Pro features 40W HUAWEI SuperCharge fast-charging technology, allowing these devices to be topped up quickly with a 40W adapter, which can recharge the battery up to approximately 70 percent (2940mAh) in 30 minutes. The HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro also supports industry-leading 15W HUAWEI Wireless Quick Charge.

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