Cable works alongside Samsung’s Power Sharing App, which allows users to specify how much power they wish to transfer

Samsung’s Power Sharing Cable lets your devices charge each other

Samsung has launched a new charging cable that can transfer power directly from a Samsung device to any other Micro USB device. 

For the cable to work, users must download the Power Sharing App, available from Samsung Apps and Google Play stores.

Users can specify how much power they would like to transfer via the app. The cable then automatically stops once it reaches the selected amount.

The cable is able to charge a range of devices with a Micro USB, which includes smartphones, tablets, wearables as well as Bluetooth devices.

Samsung also cites that the cable can charge the Galaxy S 5, Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Galaxy Tab S 8.4, Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy Avant, Galaxy Note 4.

The cable is available in the UK for just £15 and comes in black and white.

This news comes after Samsung’s president and CEO Boo-Keun Yoon, was announced as the keynote speaker for CES 2015.

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