Another week starts, another leak for the highly anticipated, Samsung’s Flagships, is spotted online. Today the fresh leak comes from Brazilian Telecom Regulator ANATEL that divulged some information related to the battery cells that will be employed inside both Galaxy S9 and S9+.
The certification issued by the regulatory agency shows the approval of the new pair of batteries that will be present in both handsets. While the documents don’t show us anything new about the pair of highly anticipated Samsung flagships, it shows us the exact capacity of 3,000mAh for S9 and 3,500mAh for the S9+. If you recall, those capacities equally matches the ones in 2017’s Galaxy S8 and S8+.
This new information comes with no surprise for those following the S9 rumors closely. We already know that the upcoming flagships will not differ so much from its predecessors, apart from bringing incremental upgrades. The Galaxy S9 series will sport the 2018’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 paired with 6GB of RAM. The cameras on the upcoming flagships will also see a revamp bringing new variable apertures and a dual-camera sensor for the Galaxy S9 Plus variant.
If you by any chance feels disappointed for not seeing any increase in total battery size of Samsung flagships, at least the presence of QuickCharge 4+ will give a 50% charge to the smartphone in only 15 minutes. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are expected to be unveiled during MWC 2018 happening in the next month, so keep tuned for more leaks.