Samsung Galaxy S10 Note 10 battery life could be outclassed
Samsung has just announced the launch of its Galaxy Note 10 which now sits alongside the Galaxy S10 at the top of the Korean firm’s flagship range.
Both of these devices feature more cameras, improved edge-to-edge displays and the ability to refill other devices and accessories via a technology called PowerShare.
The new Note also gets an upgrade to its famous S Pen with this digital stylus now improved with new features including the ability to control the camera via Air Gestures meaning you never have to touch the screen.
It's worth noting that the Note 10 and S10 can be purchased with 5G capabilities allowing them to access the very latest superfast download speeds.
5G is the future of smartphones with a full HD movie being beamed to the device in a matter of minutes.
Although these flagships are clearly top of their game when it comes to features there could be something launching soon from Samsung which could offer fans something these devices can’t.
A recently leaked image posted online by the team at GalaxyClub claims to show a new battery that could be included in Samsung’s alleged M20 phone.
The current S10+ 5G features a maximum battery size of 4,500mAh but this new power pack takes things to a whole new level.
In fact, it seems this next Samsung phone could get a massive 6,000mAh battery tucked inside its shell which will make it one of the most powerful ever.
HOW SAMSUNG'S PHONES COMPARE - BATTERY SIZE
Galaxy S10 - 3,400mAh • Galaxy S10+ - 4,100mAh • Galaxy S10+ 5G - 4,500mAh • Galaxy Note 10 - 3,500mAh • Galaxy Note 10+ - 4,300mAh
If true, it could finally mean that Samsung smartphone owners could go for days without needing to head for a refill or running out of juice.
Samsung is already boasting that their latest phones will offer improved life by being optimised to the user's needs but things could get seriously good for fans of these devices.
There’s no more news on the M20 or when it will be released but if it does arrive packing that giant battery it could prove hugely popular.
2019 has already been a busy year for launches and there’s plenty still to come.
Apple is expected to release its new iPhone 11 next month and another rumour is suggesting that Huawei will also reveal its Mate 20 Pro in September.
Then we’ve still got the Pixel 4 and the possible launch of the OnePlus 7T Pro.