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Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F battery size leaked

Samsung’s flagship model Galaxy S10 is scheduled to be launched during a Samsung Unpacked event on 20 February. There has been news that the South Korean smartphone giant will also unveil its all-new Galaxy F foldable handset during the event in February.

Since we are just a month away from the official launch of the flagship devices, leaks have started surfacing the internet. By this time, we know almost everything related to the devices. The recent leaks have revealed the battery sizes of the most premium version of the Galaxy S10 – the 5G-enabled Beyond X – and the Galaxy F. The leak claims that the Beyond X will come equipped with a 5,000mAh battery, and will be more potent regarding storing power as compared to the Galaxy Note 9. Samsung in its latest model of the Note series used a 4,000mAh battery to drive its 6.4-inch screen. Now you can imagine how powerful will be the battery backup of Beyond X.

Talking about the foldable Samsung Galaxy F which now days is also known as Galaxy Fold, the smartphone will undoubtedly come equipped with two separate batteries, each of them being 3,100mAh.  So, Samsung Galaxy F will have a total of 6,200mAh as the overall power storage and will provide a good battery backup.

If we consider the prototype of the Samsung Galaxy F shown at SDC and CES in 2019, it is obvious that the foldable smartphone will have 7.3-inch display after it is completely unfolded.

These were the recent leaks regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy F, and we will for sure come with more such details in the coming weeks. Till then stay tuned to our website for the latest news in technology.

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David Noman

David Noman

David Noman is a freelance writer. He has a B.A. in English and also attended art school. David enjoys writing about U.S. news, politics, and technology. When he’s not freelancing, you can find her running an online business, making art and going to concerts.

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