In this guide, you will learn how to use Wireless PowerShare on the Galaxy S20. Galaxy S20 is a flagship smartphone that comes with all bells and whistles which you would normally find in a great flagship smartphone. It comes with the latest Snapdragon 865 processor and 12 GB of RAM which ensures that you get a smooth performance. The device also comes with the state of the art Wireless PowerShare feature which allows you to share the power with other smartphones. If you want to use this feature then keep reading because we will tell you how to use it. Let’s get started.
What is Wireless PowerShare?
Galaxy S20 comes with the 4000 mAh battery which comes with the 25W charging and it can get filled within very few times. As Galaxy S20 is a flagship smartphone, it comes with many advanced features and PowerShare is one of them. It is State of the art feature which allows the S20 to share its power with its other Qi-compatible devices. All you have to do is to put the device at the back of S20 and it will start charging.
Which devices are compatible with PowerShare?
PowerShare works well with all Qi-Compatible devices. It works well with the following devices.
- Galaxy Fold
- Samsung Note 10, Note 10+
- Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 ultra
- Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+
- Galaxy Note 8
- Galaxy S9 and S9+
- Galaxy S7
- Galaxy Watch Active 2
- Galaxy Watch Active
- Galaxy Watch
- Gear Sport
- Galaxy Buds
- Other Qi-Compatible devices
How to use Wireless PowerShare on the Galaxy S20
The whole process of using the Wireless PowerShare feature is pretty simple and you can use it by following these instructions.
- Swipe down from the top of the screen and find the Wireless PowerShare in the pull-down menu.
- Once you tap the Wireless PowerShare icon you will see the sub-window on the screen and it will say Ready to Charge.
- Now put your S20 with the face down and place another Qi-compatible device on its back.
- Please ensure that the device is placed in the center of the S20.
- That’s it.
Is Wireless PowerShare is Fast-charging compatible?
No, S20’s wireless PowerShare doesn’t come with the fast wireless charging compatibility. It only offers the 4.5W charging. Just to give you a perspective, normal Qi wireless chargers offer the 9 to 10W charging. So, in the case of Wireless PowerShare, you are only getting half of what Qi wireless chargers normally offer.
That’s how you can use the Wireless PowerShare on your Galaxy S20. It is still a relatively new feature that is the reason why it is limited to less power. We hope that this technology will get mature and it will become more capable of delivering high power charging. Let us know your thoughts about the Wireless PowerShare feature in the comment section below. Also, if you want to learn how to turn off autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S20, then visit our website.