Note 10 Pro To Feature 4500 mAh Battery With 25W Charging

Even though the launch of Samsung’s S10 series is still fresh, there are already a handful of rumors about the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Pro. We’ve already broken you the news that Samsung will launch multiple Note devices this year to attract more consumers. But the latest leak by trusted tipster Ice Universe and a photo-leak by KC publication reveals mouth-watering features about the upcoming flagship.

KC publication from Korea posted a photo of a battery that is a 4500 mAh cell, which it claims will be used in the Note 10 Pro. That’s a 13% bump from Note 9’s battery. This Note 10 won’t be a 5G enabled device but a 4G one. This battery was recently certified by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology.

Tipster Ice Universe mentioned in a tweet that the Note 10 Pro might debut with a 25W fast charger, a first for Samsung flagship (Galaxy A70 has 25W charger). Even the newly launched S10 has a 15W charger. So expect shorter charging times.

If you might remember, the Galaxy S7 Edge was launched with a 3600 mAh cell whereas the infamous Note 7 had a 3500 mAh battery, which exploded like a time bomb. The 2017’s Note 8 featured a 3300 mAh battery, which was shorter than the Note 7. But Samsung spiced things up with Note 9, giving it a 4000 mAh battery.

It is good to know that Samsung is no longer constrained by the horrors of Note 7. While S-Pen has always been a staple of Note series, it will be interesting to see what other versions of Note 10 can do. Stay tuned for more information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10.



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