Samsung Galaxy S10’s Rumored Battery Capacity Specs Revealed By ‘Forbes’

Samsung Galaxy S10’s Rumored Battery Capacity Specs Revealed By ‘Forbes’

Since news broke that Samsung will be holding a media event on February 20 and the Galaxy S10 on that day, a number of leaks and rumors have emerged, either in previous reports confirming or device's features and specifications on new details. If the latest such rumors are to be believed, at least two Galaxy S10 variants will come with remarkable battery life improvement compared to last year's Galaxy S9 series.
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On Thursday, the publication of a document from Brazil's National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL), where Samsung has appeared in the entry-level Galaxy S10 Lite variant will come with a 3,000mAh battery. While SlashLeaks added a comment stating that the S10 Lite's battery "should be 3,100 mAh as we have seen before," pointed out that such leaks are not unusual, as Samsung had previously said the Galaxy Note 9's battery capacity in an ANATEL filing last year.

Additionally, Forbes cited a post from leaker Ice Universe, which did not go into any sort of detail or include any explanation, but hinted that the Galaxy S10 Plus will come with a 4,100 mAh battery, the larger device is out of Galaxy Note 9 in terms of battery capacity Forbes also brought up a previous leak from Ice Universe, which also suggested that the Galaxy S10 will come with a "Galaxy S9-beating" 3,100 mAh battery.

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As posited by Forbes' Gordon Kelly, the rumored 3,100 mAh battery on the Galaxy S10 should be lite should be "more than enough" for users, if one is to consider how the lower-priced device will not come with the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint Reader expected to be included in the S10 and S10 Plus' selling features. The Galaxy S10 Plus, on the other hand, will be the biggest battery Samsung has ever incorporated into its Galaxy S flagships, assuming the aforementioned rumors are accurate.

"With Samsung having done anything to increase battery capacity since the Galaxy Note 7 scandal in 2016, this is long overdue," Kelly concludes.

While Samsung has yet to officially confirm any specifics for its February 20 event, the Galaxy S10, as well as the foldable "Galaxy F," is widely expected to get announced. Aside from the new fingerprint reading technology and triple rear cameras for the premium Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, as well as other possible features include a new cryptocurrency wallet that allows users to exchange various types of online currency, Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Bitcoin Cash, per

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