Samsung is rolling out a new software update today for the Galaxy S10 lineup which includes the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+. It’s an incremental update which brings the latest security patch for the devices. It also improves the performance of a new feature introduced with the latest flagship series.


The Galaxy S10 handsets come with a feature called PowerShare. That is the name that Samsung has given the reverse wireless charging feature on the Galaxy S10. With PowerShare, users can use their Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ to wirelessly charge another device.

It’s pertinent to mention here that the other device needs to be Qi-enabled otherwise this feature won’t work. It’s also slow so don’t expect to juice up your iPhone fairly quickly from the Galaxy S10’s battery. You’ll have to wait for an hour approximately to get around 20 percent charge with PowerShare.

The latest update is now rolling out for the Galaxy S10 handsets. Reports of its roll out have come in from markets in Europe so far. It won’t be long now before carriers in the United States start sending it out as well. This update also includes that March security patch which brings bug fixes for Android and Samsung’s custom software.

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