According to a new report, Samsung’s foldable Galaxy F smartphone will probably gets two 3100mAh batteries while The 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be equipped with a 5000mAh battery.
The report state that the Galaxy F (SM-F900) has a total battery capacity of 6,200 mAh. To be precise, the device has the same battery as the ‘lite’ version of the Galaxy S10, only twice.
The two Galaxy F batteries carry the product codes EB-BF900ABA and EB-BF901ABA respectively. Both are identical to the EB-BG970ABU which will be found in the cheapest version of the Galaxy S10.
Galaxy S10 5G (SM-G977) battery
In addition to the Galaxy F, there is also a very expensive Galaxy phone. The top model Galaxy S10 (SM-G977) will probably be the first Samsung phone with a 5G connectivity. The phone has a thick 5000mAh battery on board. The battery, EB-BG977ABU, is as far as we can tell, the same that will soon be found (with a different product code) in budget devices such as the Galaxy M20.
Both phones – the Galaxy F and the Galaxy S10 5G – are expected to be very expensive. The 5G version of the S10 is currently only coming to the US and South Korea. A European variant does not seem to be planned for the time being.
The Galaxy F will come to the Netherlands. Users should pay a lot of money for this device with two screens – one of which folds open to a 7.3 inch tablet – has a total battery capacity of 6200mAh. As far as the battery life is concerned, you get at least value for money.
PS: all batteries listed here are of the traditional Li-ion type. Despite the rumors, Samsung is far from ready for the mass production of graphene batteries.