The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will include a 3,100mAh battery
by Joshua Swingle / Jan 04, 2019, 5:43 AM
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite case render
The battery capacity of the Galaxy S10 lineup has remained as one of the few unconfirmed features. But thanks to a new certification listing in Samsung’s home country of South Korea, the size of the Galaxy S10 Lite’s cell has just been revealed as 3,100mAh.
Galaxy S9. While this may not seem like much, it’s certainly an impressive feat. After all, due to the reduced bezels and the 0.05-inch decrease in display diagonal, the Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to be slightly smaller than Samsung’s current flagship.
In regards to the larger Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, these smartphones have still not been certified in South Korea. However, one industry insider suggested way back in October that the latter model will include a 4,000mAh battery. This would suggest that the regular model could sit somewhere around 3,500mAh, or perhaps slightly higher.
The Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 Lite are all set to go official in late February ahead of sales in March. Samsung is yet to confirm any of this but for those of you who can’t wait, a live image of the Galaxy S10, which you can check out here, leaked as recently as yesterday.
Posts: 102; Member since: Jan 09, 2018
not that bad it’s bigger than the 5.8 s9 and has a lower resolution display and a more efficient SoC I think it will be on par with 6.2in s9 Keep in mind the device size is smaller than the s9 with 5.8 display
posted on Jan 04, 2019, 6:21 AM 5
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Ridiculous low battery capacity
posted on Jan 04, 2019, 6:39 AM 1
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Why low battery in highend?
posted on Jan 04, 2019, 6:51 AM 0
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Larger than the s9 with more efficiency improvements. Makes sense to me for a bottom tier flagship.
posted on Jan 04, 2019, 7:46 AM 0
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Get what you are saying but, it just seams like even though it is the smaller cheaper flagship they could have gone to a 3500 mAh. Just seams kinda small for a 2019 phone in the price range it will be in.
posted on Jan 04, 2019, 9:20 AM 0
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Only 3100mah? Not gonna last a day that is why android phones needs a quick/fast charge.
posted on Jan 04, 2019, 9:30 AM 0
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Contrary to what people think, this is an excellent battery capacity. This means that the regular S10 will have 3500 mAh or more, and the s10+ will have 4000+ mAH. That's 500 mAh improvement in one year, which is super impressive.
posted on Jan 05, 2019, 1:08 AM 1
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