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Galaxy S10 Plus Non-5G Variant Battery Capacity Revealed by Tipster; Slightly Bigger Than Note 9’s Cell

Jan 24, 2019
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Smartphones with larger displays will inherently carry bigger batteries. With the screen size of the gargantuan Galaxy S10 Plus reportedly measuring at 6.44 inches diagonally, you can rest assure those future customers should have positive comments regarding the upcoming flagship’s battery endurance. Now, a well-known tipster has shared not only the battery capacity of the upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus but also the smartphone’s thickness.

If you want a small comparison, the Galaxy Note 9 sports a large 6.4-inch display, and underneath the hood, you’ll find a generous 4000mAh battery. The Galaxy S10 Plus offers a slightly bigger capacity, all the while maintaining a smaller footprint than the Note 9 thanks to its slimmer bezels.

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Tipster Shares a 4100mAh Capacity for the Galaxy S10 Plus, Along With a Potential Thickness of Just 7.8mm

Ice Universe has revealed on Twitter that the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a slightly bigger capacity than the Galaxy Note 9. However, a previous rumor stated that the 5G-ready variant of the flagship will sport a massive 5000mAh cell. The 1000mAh difference could be due to the 5G modem being an immense battery guzzler, so an increase in the capacity should provide satisfactory battery life for users who will use the device while connected to a 5G network.

The Galaxy S10’s rated capacity has not been leaked so far, but since it will sport a 6.1-inch display, its capacity will undoubtedly be smaller than its larger brother’s. The Galaxy S10E is expected to be the cheapest and smallest member of the flagship family was earlier leaked to sport a 3100mAh battery. This version will also feature the least number of cameras, as evidenced by the latest press renders.

To recap, the Galaxy S10 Plus will feature a dual-camera at the front while adopting the ‘punch-hole display’ approach. The backside will feature three separate sensors. This information is corroborated by the latest leaked images of both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, showing the difference in the total number of cameras as well as the difference in sizes. Both of these models might also have an in-display fingerprint reader, while the Galaxy S10E might ship with a convectional sensor like the Galaxy S9.

Samsung will announce its Galaxy S10 lineup on February 20, and we’ve found out that the company’s foldable smartphone will also make an appearance at the launch event. In terms of battery capacities, Samsung has increased the size considerably, but we want to know what you think about these numbers, so let us know down in the comments.

Source: Twitter (Ice Universe)

Products mentioned in this post

Galaxy Note 9
Galaxy Note 9
USD 725
Galaxy S10
Galaxy S10
USD 899
Galaxy S10 Plus
Galaxy S10 Plus
USD 999

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