Samsung heavily improved the battery capacity on its Galaxy S7 compared to the abysmal capacity present on the Galaxy S6 and it looks like it is going to make another improvement on the Galaxy S8 if a new report is to be believed. Turns out that the Galaxy S8 is going to feature a 3,250mAh battery, which only means that the larger screen model will be able to carry an even larger battery, making it a win-win situation for the consumer.
Larger Galaxy S8 Expected to Be Outfitted With a Decent 3,750mAh Battery, According to Latest Report
One report states that the larger version of the Galaxy S8 is going to be called Galaxy S8 Plus and it is going to feature a 3,750mAh battery (via Sammobile), which is great, assuming the report turns out to be true. While the handset is expected to get better battery overall, we should expect an overhead of battery life improvement since the flagship devices are expected to come incorporated with components that are extremely efficient thanks to being manufactured on a smaller lithography. This would include a Snapdragon 835 and LPDDR4 RAM that consumes a lot less energy compared to previous-generation DRAM memory chips.
If users want to get even more battery life out of their future Galaxy S8 handsets, then Samsung’s new and improved UI also provides you with the option to adjust the resolution for when you need more ‘eye candy’ or when you need better battery life. Overall, Samsung has definitely come a long way with Android-powered flagships but because the Note7 saga inflicted some serious damage on the company’s financials and reputation, the upcoming announcement is going to be a real test for the giant.
Galaxy S8 is expected to get announced on March 29, and with this announcement, the company is also expected to release high-end wireless headphones so we’ll be looking forward to that as well. All in all, treat all the aforementioned information with a pinch of salt.