- A 6800 mAh Samsung battery appeared on the Chinese certification site 3C.
- It is rumored to be a Galaxy M series power supply, possibly for the M41.
- The battery is only slightly smaller than the flagship tablet from Samsung.
Modern smartphones are loaded with multiple cameras and displays with high refresh rates, but these advanced features still need a reliable battery to power them.
According to a new listing on China’s 3C certification website (h / t: RootMyGalaxy), a future Samsung smartphone could be equipped with a battery of just under 7,000 mAh.
The unit will make 6,800 mAh available to its host device, dwarfing the battery capacity of the Galaxy S20 Ultra and providing almost as much juice as the flagship Galaxy Tab S6 tablet. It is also larger than the Galaxy M31, which sports a 6000 mAh battery.
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This battery will probably not find its place in a flagship product (sorry fans of the Galaxy Note 20), but would be supposed to be coupled to the Galaxy M41 or Galaxy M51.
The increase in capacity is not so surprising given the history of the Galaxy M series. Samsung tends to charge this economical range with large batteries, notched screens and several rear cameras. While not much is yet known about the Galaxy M41, expect it to follow a similar formula.
It should be said that the battery life of the smartphone is determined by a number of factors, and not just by the gross capacity. However, expect the device powered by this battery to spend a few hours away from the charger.