This basically means that a single battery can charge other batteries.
We'll wait for the official S10 launch on the 20th to find out more about Wireless PowerShare and the Galaxy Buds, but for now colour us ever-so-slightly-disappointed-though-still-really-excited about the S10. All three smartphones will feature the punch-hole "Infinity-O" AMOLED display with HDR+ resolution, IP68 rating and USB Type-C ports.
Meanwhile, the flagship S10 will have a 6.1-inch display with Corning's latest Gorilla Glass 6, and come in prism black, prism white, and prism green color varieties. Basically, instead of just the front camera cutout, those who opt to put a screen protector on their Galaxy S10 will also have to deal with a big gaping hole at the lower part of the display.
The spec sheet also reveals one interesting aspect of the Galaxy S10 series.
All three devices get a 10MP f/1.9 selfie camera, however, the S10+ gets a dual-camera selfie setup with an extra 8MP f/2.2 shooter. It has a 12MP f/1.5 main camera with variable aperture, a secondary 12MP f/2.4 telephoto camera and a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide angle shooter. The front cameras come with features like live focus, dual pixel, AF, UHD selfie and depth.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ comes with the same triple-camera module as the Galaxy S10.
As per GSMArena's report, Samsung Galaxy S10+ will have 4100 mAh battery, Galaxy S10 will have 3400 mAh battery and Galaxy S10 Lite will have a 3100 mAh battery. It packs a slightly smaller 5.8-inch display with Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
The leaked cover for the "Galaxy S10e" includes a gap for the power button - further evidence that this version of the range will have a fingerprint reader on the side of the device.