Brazil's telecom regulator says the three main models of the Samsung Galaxy S10 would have a battery of 3,000 mAh. Difficult to confirm this information for the moment, but doubt is allowed.
Every day that brings us closer to the formalization of the Samsung Galaxy S10 we learn a little about it, both in terms of design as the datasheet. Today, we will focus on the battery capabilities of the different models of the smartphone.
Before explaining in more detail, remember that last year, the battery capacity of Galaxy S9 (3000 mAh) and Galaxy S9 + (3500 mAh) had been revealed in advance by documents Anatel, the Brazilian regulator telecoms. This time, it is the turn of the three main variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 to suffer the same fate.
In certifications relayed by SlashLeaks, the Anatel list indeed three new models (EB-BG970ABU, EB-BG973ABU and EB-BG975ABU) indicating, for each of them, a battery capacity of 3000 mAh.
Since information began circulating on the Galaxy S10, there were many sources that indicated bigger batteries for the flagship. We regularly talked about a 3500 mAh battery on the S10, 4000 mAh on the S10 + and 3100 mAh on the S10 "Lite" which would actually be called S10 E.
There is obviously a chance that the information unveiled here by Anatel will not prove to be accurate. In addition to the larger screen, the advantage of "Plus" models is generally to integrate a battery of greater capacity. Thus, the doubt remains. Note that several photos have recently surfaced on the web to confirm the design of the Galaxy S10, while another snapshot corroborates the fact that the phone will take advantage of reverse wireless charging.
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