Samsung Galaxy S10 will support 9W reverse wireless charging and Wi-Fi 6


Samsung is working on reverse wireless charging for the Galaxy S10 trio. While the feature is already available in Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Samsung wants to standardize this feature among masses. Today, a new report from FCC confirms the S10 trio to support reverse charging. The max power listed in the documentation is 9W.

Well, the standards are not that impressive, but it serves the purpose. The standard wireless charging on the Galaxy S9 duo is capped at 9W, as well. In comparison, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro doesn’t cap the speed above 5W. Well, the company didn’t say a word on its reverse charging speeds. The ratings are from some individual samples from the internet.

Samsung Galaxy S10 will support 9W reverse wireless charging and Wi-Fi 6

Anyways, it’s still great to wirelessly charge your second phone or your accessories. The only drawback is, you need to align your gizmos properly. At 9W charging speed, small gadgets won’t take time to charge themselves wirelessly.

The conventional charging options on the Galaxy S10 will cap wireless charging at 15W. In comparison, the wired charger will work at 15W, as well. According to Brazil’s Anate, the Galaxy S10+ will pack a 4,000mAh battery, the vanilla S10 a 3,300mAh one and the smallest S10 will have 3,000mAh in its tank.

Additionally, reports also claim that the Galaxy S10 will be the first phone to support the new Wi-Fi 6 standard (802.11ax). Anyways, the phone is not far away from its launch. We will make sure to unfold the device on our social media platforms, so stay tuned!