Samsung announced recently that this year’s Galaxy Unpacked event would be held on the 20th of February. It is expected that the Korean tech giant will go on to unveil the Galaxy S10 flagship series in the event, and if the leaks are anything to go by, these series will consist of the likes of the Galaxy S10+, S10, and the S10 (Lite). While there hasn’t been any shortage of rumors and leaks ever since we’ve had a sense of Samsung’s up and coming flagship series, don’t expect the rumor mill to stop at all until the phones are finally released.
With that being said and done, the latest rumors surround the battery capacity that some of the Galaxy models from Samsung might feature. Earlier rumors have gone on to suggest that the Galaxy S10+ will pack a 4000mAh battery, while the S10 will come with a 3500mAh battery, and finally, the S10 E (Lite) is expected to come with a 3100mAh battery. However, the interesting and surprising news comes with regards to the model of the Galaxy S10 which will actually be 5G enabled. The most recent reports go on to suggest that the 5G Galaxy S10 might possibly pack a 5000mAh battery. It is actually being said now that the battery unit will reportedly be the same with the ones that would feature amongst the upcoming Galaxy M20 and the Galaxy M30 mid-range devices.
Both Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant and foldable Galaxy to arrive with huge batteries
On the other hand, there is also some news surrounding the Galaxy Flex’s battery – Samsung’s first and upcoming foldable phone. The rumors surrounding the Galaxy Flex state that the phone will feature two separate batteries – both of which would consist of 3100mAh. The total being at 6200mAh means that you could and probably would get up to two days battery power based on a full charge.