04 February 2019
Updated on: January 30, 2019
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is about to go, official. While we may already know how the devices would look like and their key specifications thanks to leaks and rumors, it’s about the time when we start getting hold of other smaller yet important details like battery capacity etc.
A recent leak confirms that Brazil’s National telecom agency, Anatel, has certified the three variants of Samsung Galaxy S10 and its battery sizes. It mentions the model numbers as EB-BG970ABU, EB-BG973ABU, and EB-BG975ABU with the middle four digits denoting the specific Galaxy S10 variant and will have 3,000 mAh, 3,300 mAh, and 4,000 mAh, respectively, states the listing.
Originally published on: January 7, 2019
Samsung's Galaxy S lineup isn't known for the gigantic battery life. Since the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, the South Korean giant becomes more conservative as far as the battery cell is a concern. The company is opting almost similar battery cells for their S-series from the past couple of years. From the looks the things, the company finally bringing an upgrade to the much-needed department.
As per the new leak from the reliable tipster Ice universe, the S10 series will have higher battery cell than the predecessor. He reconfirms the display sizes and also reveals spill beans regarding the battery cell.
Starting with the entry-level variant, the Galaxy S10 Lite will have 5.8-inches display and 3,100mAh battery. The standard Galaxy S10 will have 6.1-inches display and 3,500mAh battery. Last but not the least the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a fairly large 4,000mAh battery. Considering all the new S10 phones will have the latest best chipset, we can expect better battery life.
Just for the sake of the reminder, the Galaxy S8 and S9 comes with 3,000mAh battery cell whereas the larger sibling S8 plus and S9 plus have 3,500mAH battery. Its good to see Samsung finally bringing upgrade but it isn't drastic upgrade because the display screens are also larger than the predecessors.
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