Samsung will launch new phones for the fall. They are part of the Galaxy Note series, and for the first time there will be two versions, according to most rumors. So we'll have Notes 10 and 10 Pro. Now I've learned valuable information about the batteries that phones will use. Not everyone will love. Of course, the information is not official, but so far there have been rumors.
The battery information of the new Samsung phone comes from KTR (Korean Institute for Testing and Research), which tests all electronic products.
The battery of one phone, probably a Pro model, has a capacity of 4170 mAh and can be created specifically for the 5G module. To confirm that the battery belongs to the Note series since 2019, it contains an indication of the model for which it was created. For example, Note 9 batteries are labeled EB-N965ABU or Galaxy S10 with EB-G973ABU.
To understand more, you need to know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series starts with the N970. However, it is reserved for version 4G. The battery for which the information is now online is marked with the EB-BN972ABU code. This led many to conclude that it belongs to the 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10.
The battery capacity would be less than expected for this phone model. With such capacity, it is only 170 mAh more than stated in Note 9.
It's not enough. First, the device for which the battery is intended is much larger: it will reach a 6.75-inch screen. Secondly, it should also be considered that the battery will be created for version 5G note 10.
Until then, Samsung already has the Galaxy S10 with 5G, but also the 4G version at lower prices. The 5G model is only in South Korea.