Samsung posts new video teasing Galaxy Note 10’s multitasking capabilities

Samsung posts new video teasing Galaxy Note 10’s multitasking capabilities

The same charger allegedly passed through the US Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) certification process not long ago under the Wireless Charging Stand EP-N5200 moniker, Phone Arena said.

With the new wireless power share feature, Samsung is trying to deliver 20W reverse charging capacity to its new phone. Samsung has already revealed that it will be unveiling the unannounced Galaxy Note 10 on August 7 at an event in NY. The tweet was made by the official Samsung Indonesia handle. The video suggests how one can use the handset as a full-fledged business device. Samsung usually unveils its Note around the August and September timeframe, and it seems like that will be the case again this year as the firm just despatched out invitations for an event on August 7. It was known earlier as the Galaxy Note 10 Plus but we're thinking Samsung simply wants to make things simpler. While it's not clear whether the Note10 lineup will offer this feature, Samsung is planning to implement it at some point in the near future. It will provide daystop mode to the user.

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According to the regulator, since February 2016, Samsung has advertised on social media, online, TV, billboards, brochures and other media that the Galaxy phones are water resistant and depicted them being used in, or exposed to, oceans and swimming pools. Now noted tipster Roland Quandt claims that the rumored wireless charger will in fact output 20W.

Come next month, Samsung is expected to launch two models of the Galaxy Note 10 - a standard Galaxy Note 10 along with a slightly bigger Galaxy Note 10+.

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