Charge your other devices with a Samsung phone using Samsung’s new Power Sharing cable
Samsung Electronics has introduced a new product it dubbed the Power Sharing. The app and it’s cable will help you charge your USB devices using the power stored in your Samsung smartphone.
However, the thingy only works with the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Alpha, Note 4, Galaxy Avant, Galaxy Tab S 10.5, and Tab S 8.4, but you can charge just about any microUSB device with the power emitted from the cable.
The Samsung Power Sharing cable (and it’s app) doesn’t come with a big budget. All Samsung is asking for is a $19.99 and you’ll get this microUSB to microUSB cable and it’s compliant app. The product is available in only the United States for now.
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