Galaxy S7 Edge file in the FCC confirms a large 3600 mAh battery
Galaxy S7 Edge, as the FCC slipped a screenshot in its FCC ID and label positioning document that reveals the number. No such luck for the Galaxy S7, as this information has been successfully concealed for it in the respective document. Just as rumored before, the S7 Edge is equipped with a 3600 mAh juicer, which, coupled with Samsung's stellar component power draw levels, should translate into some respectable battery life.Well, that battery capacity detail is missing no more, at least for the
Moreover, the 3600 mAh pack in the S7 Edge, and the eventual 3000 mAh juicer in the S7, are the largest battery capacities Samsung has ever used in these respective lines, which should further solidify the notion that these phones might also be the longest-lasting, compared to their predecessors, but also when compared to their peers from other brands. In fact, the latest phones in the A-series that we tested confirm that Samsung has made a significant push towards longer battery life, and we hope that this trend will be further exemplified by the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.