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Galaxy S9 and S9+ alleged battery capacities once again leaked online

02 February 2018 4

Galaxy S9 leak

Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus battery capacities allegedly leaked last month as a spotted telecommunications document unleashed them. Now, another evidence of their battery capacities has been found that actually corroborates what we reported before. According to the new leak, the Galaxy S9 features a 3,000mAH battery and Galaxy S9+ includes a 3,500mAH capacity.

The listings for replacement batteries for both the devices are spotted on an online store. The batteries have been listed by Union Repair, a “cell phone repair parts & tools wholesaler online store” based out of China. The battery model numbers directly imply that they belong to Galaxy S9 and S9+ (G960 and G965).

This online store also lists the charging port flex cable for the Galaxy S9 and the same model number is listed on this cable as well.

It seems impossible that the parts retailers are getting the inventory for the S9 and S9+ at this point in time. Initial sales of the two phones are expected to begin in mid-March, so naturally, there isn’t much time left for the company to prepare retailers, carriers, and smartphone stores across the world with accessories. So, there could be a chance that the battery listings could have been manipulated.

The reported battery capacities of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ match to that of Galaxy S8 series. If the leaks we have reported are true then you may not see any changes in the capacities, which means the Galaxy S9 duo may depend largely on improvements to processor and software efficiency.

Well, we are still a few weeks away from the said launch of the Galaxy S9. Leaks and rumors are bound to come your way till then, so welcome and collect them and know how many of them actually match the official listings.



Galaxy S9 and S9+ alleged battery capacities once again leaked online
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