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Video: Samsung Note 10: Wireless Charging, Quick Charging & PowerShare
Both models of the Galaxy Note 10 can be charged wirelessly. However, under different conditions. The larger Note 10 Plus supports up to 20 watts of power consumption, the smaller model up to 12 watts.
The devices offer quick charging according to the Qi 2.0 standard and in combination with the supplied 25-watt power supply, there is sufficient power available to supply the cell phones with energy again.
It doesn't really matter whether you use the original Samsung Wireless Charger Stand and invest just under 80 euros for it, or buy a compatible charging station and pay around 30 euros. As long as the Qi charging pad complies with Standard 2.0 and has a corresponding wattage, you can use it to charge the Galaxy Note 10 (Plus) quickly and wirelessly.
However, if the device does not have its own power supply, you should make sure that it can accept a USB-C cable because this is part of the charger for the Note 10.
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Galaxy Note 10: Quick Charge and PowerShare
If you want to charge your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 very quickly, you can't do it wirelessly. The supplied charger offers 25 watts of power and can “super-fast charge” the devices via the charging cable in about 30 minutes. In the F, all, half an hour of charging should be sufficient to supply the devices with electricity for many more hours.
An interesting feature was introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S10 and incorporated into the Note 10: "PowerShare" offers you the opportunity to use the powerful battery of the Note 10 as a kind of "wireless power bank" and to charge other devices with your smartphone.
For example, headphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Buds or the wirelessly rechargeable Samsung Galaxy Watch are placed on the back of your cell phone. Then they use the Qi interface, through which you can normally charge the smartphone wirelessly, so that it can now be charged from the battery of the Note 10.
Realistically speaking, this is probably a feature for absolute emergencies, because it naturally shortens the runtime of your cell phone. However, if you can easily get to an outlet but have forgotten the charging stations of the other devices, PowerShare turns the phone into a Qi charging station.