While most of the smartphone manufacturers are busy in creating beautiful interfaces and fancy bleeding-edge smartphone displays, we also wish that these companies give some more attention to other aspects of smartphones like batteries, headphones, charging cables. Most of our phones can’t sustain charging more than a day. This might change with the next Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
According to the reputed tech news leaker, Ice Universe, the standard 4G variant of the Galaxy Note 10 is going to have a huge battery of size up to 4,500mAh. This is a 500mAh upgrade over its predecessor Galaxy Note 9, and equal to that of Galaxy S10 5G. The tweet was corroborated by a certification from the Korean Institute of Industrial Technology. The certification page reveals Note 10’s battery that the battery’s model number is EB-BN975ABU. According to reports, the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone will be the larger model and will be called the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. Samsung has opted for the “plus” branding as evident from the Galaxy S10, S10Plus.
To give some perspective on recent flagship smartphone’s battery size compare to other models, the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and the S10 5G feature 3400mAh, 4100mAh, and 4500mAh batteries respectively. This means that if rumors are true, the Note 10’s battery will be on par with the 5G model of the Galaxy S10. It is also an improvement over the last year’s Note 9. There might be a variant of Note 10 with built-in 5G support, but if it is unclear that if the similar battery will power the 5G model or not. Samsung is reported to working on 4G and 5G variants of the Galaxy Note 10. That makes sense as the firm is rumored to launch the flagship smartphones with the choice of two screen sizes: 6.28-inches and 6.75-inches.