The rumours of the Samsung Galaxy S10 do not seem to calm and today we have more information about their batteries. According to the well-known Leaker @ IceUniverse, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will come with a 4000 mAh battery, the S10 with a 3500 mAh battery and the “Lite” model with a 3100 mAh battery.
These measures have already been mentioned before, however, today we also have an image of supposed smartphone covers to accompany the information.
Larger batteries will change the rear design.
Since the batteries will have more capacity than the predecessors and the size of the smartphone should not change much, it means that the design of the equipment can change.
Take Huawei P20 or even Xiaomi as an example. The smartphones decided to move the cameras to the corner of the smartphone to give more central space for the battery. Apple had done the same, however, Apple always had the cameras in the upper left corner.
Although the new Samsung Galaxy S10 will not drag the cameras to the corner, just like its competitors, should all the cameras stay horizontal. In fact, we saw exactly the same thing happening in the Note range and in the last Note 9.
Super fast loading is also expected
Soon after we have seen Huawei and OPPO give us smartphones that carry us fast even more, the same should happen with the Samsung Galaxy S10. According to rumors, the new Samsung Galaxy S10 will be the fastest smartphones on the market to charge. However, we have to take into consideration that the battery of smartphones will be slightly smaller than the competitors.
It’s worth a great battery if we have a bad User Interface
The Android system is not one of the best to manage autonomy, however, has been getting better and better over time. However, the User Interface of the manufacturers sometimes ends up killing the autonomy of the smartphone. Or the other way around. The one from Xiaomi, for example, is one of the best in battery management.
However, Samsung does not have a good track record in this scenario. We will have to wait to see if the new One UI will be ideal for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its batteries. For now, the results on the Galaxy S9 are not the best.