Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Will Charge To 50% In 25 Minutes; 3000mAh Battery Details Surface
When it comes to the Samsung Galaxy S7, its utterly useless to even comment now at the pace leaks surrounding the upcoming device are taking place. We're seeing new and old pieces of information surface everyday, which makes it even more hard to separate fact from fiction. There are very little aspects of the device left untouched so far, and as the weeks pass, they fill up bit by bit.
Today, we've managed to lay our hands on some more information about the device's battery details and if you're one for long hours without the charger, then you're in for some good news today.
Зарядка S7 с нуля до 100% за 100 минут. Батарея 3000 мач, нового поколения. И 50% за 25 минут (если не ошибаюсь с подсчетами)
— Eldar Murtazin (@eldarmurtazin) January 30, 2016
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Will Be Able To Fully Charge In 100 Minutes Claims Source
While we've heard quite a lot about the Samsung Galaxy S7's performance and multimedia specifications, information about the device's other features such as its power, build materials and more has still remained elusive. Today, some information about the Galaxy S7's power details has surfaced which paints a good future for the device.
The Russian tipster, Eldar Murtazin has been quite active these days about the Samsung Galaxy S7 and today he's shared some more details about the device's power specifications and details. According to the leaker, the Samsung Galaxy S7 will be able to charge from 0 to 100% in just 100 minutes, giving users a lot of flexibility when using their device. What's more is that the Galaxy S7 will also be able to charge to 50% in just 25 minutes, hinting that Samsung's given some thought to the device's power capabilities.
Galaxy s7 играет видео 17+часов с максимальной подсветкой. Рекорд для этого класса устройств.
— Eldar Murtazin (@eldarmurtazin) January 29, 2016
Battery size for the Samsung Galaxy S7 is listed as 3000mAh and as far as multimedia playback goes for the device, today's source claims that the Galaxy S7 will be able to play videos for more than 17 hours at full back-light. That's quite a claim for a smartphone, and if the Samsung Galaxy S7 truly does deliver on it, then we could see a lot more quarters show interest in the upcoming smartphone.
With today's battery leak, there are a few details about the Samsung Galaxy S7 that haven't surfaced in the rumor mill so far. These include the device's build materials, its thickness and pricing details. If we're lucky then we might get to see details about these features surface as well over the coming month. Stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below and we'll keep you updated on the latest.