Both smartphones in the upcoming Galaxy S10 series and Samsung’s first foldable smartphone might have batteries with significantly higher capacities than in previous years.
Components manufacturers suggest that at least one of the Galaxy S10 models will have a 5,000 mAh battery.
If the information is true, there could be a significant increase in battery capacity over previous flagship. In comparison, last year, the largest battery in the Galaxy S9 series was 3,500 mAh on the S9 +.
On the other hand, Galaxy F, Samsung’s first foldable smartphone, seems to be full of surprises, and one of these comes from the battery, or rather, the batteries.
The Galaxy F would be equipped with two batteries, each with a capacity of 3,100 mAh. Thus, the total capacity offered by this smartphone would reach an impressive figure of 6,200 mAh.
Today, most smartphones are based on a battery with a capacity of 3,000 to 4,000 mAh.
Samsung will take advantage of Galaxy F’s foldable format, which will have two sides to the left and right of the folding mechanism on the center of the device. Each side will probably host a 3,100 mAh battery.
It remains to be seen what Samsung is doing to accommodate larger capacity batteries. Normally, the thickness and weight of the device should increase with the size of the battery.