Samsung reportedly installed a large capacity battery for the flagship they will launch this year, the Galaxy Note 10.
The Korean language site, KC, reported that Samsung would use a 4500mAh battery in the latest series of Galaxy Note lines. If so, the power of the Galaxy Note 10 will be bigger than its predecessor.
A battery with a 4500mAh capacity is currently also used in the 5G Galaxy S10.
According to rumours circulating, Samsung will make the Galaxy Note 10 in the regular and Pro versions. A 4500mAh battery is likely to be used in the Pro version of the Galaxy Note 10.
Meanwhile, the Phone Arena technology news portal says Samsung will make four different variants for the Galaxy Note 10 which is planned to be launched in August this year.
Two variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be available for the 4G LTE network, while the other two versions support 5G networks.
Samsung is expected to maintain the Galaxy S Pen which is the hallmark of the Galaxy Note line, while the Galaxy Note 10 screen ranges from 6.28 to 6.75 inches.