While we’re sure many are more than happy to welcome fancy bleeding-edge tech in their smartphones, we also wish that companies would make more effort in improving on older tech as well, such as the battery on our smartphones where till this date, most of the time our phones don’t last for more than a day.
That being said, for those who might be considering the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 as their next smartphone of choice, the recent rumors have revealed that the phone could be packing a 4,500mAh battery. This is according to a photograph uploaded online that shows an alleged battery that the Note 10 is expected to use.
To give you some context as to how this battery size compares to other models, the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and the S10 5G feature 3,400mAh, 4,100mAh, and 4,500mAh batteries respectively. This means that if the 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 last year’s Note 9 which featured a 4,000mAh battery.
There have also been rumors that suggests that the Note 10 could support 5G, so it is unclear if the battery mentioned was for the non-5G version or if the 5G version could feature an even larger battery to compensate for any potential battery drain.