The Samsung Galaxy S10 series comes with an anonymous charge with PowerShare. This gives you the opportunity to request other Qi-wireless smartphones such as Galaxy Buds or Galaxy Watch Active. T
With the latest software update, it is now easier to tell about Wireless
When you switch on Wireless PowerShare, you'll see a black light viewing your browser at the back of the Galaxy S10 device. If you have installed or returned a compatible device, it will switch to regular red light to indicate a starting fee. Once the device is paid in full, the lights are switched off.
This feature applies to Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 +. The new update also comes with an Android security update in March 2019 and the changelog also identifies developments for the camera's stability.
If you haven't picked up software updates yet, go to "Settings> Software Update" and choose updates by downloading it.[ VIA ]