The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is two months away from the official announcement. While the rumor mill is spinning widely, we’ve got a significant update on the battery capacity of all three models. The first rumor comes from a Korean certification agency, and it confirms the battery capacity on the smartphone.
The leaked image shows us a rating of 3,100 mAh on the Galaxy S10 Lite. Of course, the numbers are not significant in comparison to the rest of the competition. But, it’s a Lite variant, and it will be lower on specifications in comparison to the standard and the Plus variant.
Another leak that joins the prior one comes from a famous leakster, @UniverseIce. The leakster posts a photograph on its Twitter handle that shows the casing of all three models along with the screens sizes and battery rating. The 6.1″ model or the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will get a regular 3,500 mAh of battery, while the 6.4″ model or the S10 5G model will get 4,000 mAh of battery.
Our biggest concern about the Galaxy flagships is the punch-hole camera display’s. We like the implementation of teardrop notch that provides more real estate on the screens. But what’s your take on the Infinity-O panels? Do let us know in the comments section below.