The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is reportedly going to feature bigger batteries this time. There will be two variants of Galaxy S8. The primary Galaxy S8 may feature 3250 mAh battery, and the premium Galaxy S8 may feature 3750 mAh battery.
Samsung Galaxy S8 May Feature 3750 mAh Battery
The reports of bigger batteries originate from South Korea. Samsung’s mobile division allegedly communicate with the battery suppliers, and they shared the details about its forthcoming production roadmap.
Among other details, it reveals that Samsung would need massive batteries of 3250 mAh and 3750 mAh batteries. The company did not mention the name of the flagship whether it is about Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Edge or any other smartphone.
It is only believed that these batteries will power Galaxy S-series handsets which are expected to place on the shelves from April 2017. Just for a reminder, the predecessors Galaxy S7 powered a 3000 mAh and Galaxy S7 Edge with 3600 mAh.
Samsung will feature Snapdragon 835 processor in the US and Exynos 8895 outside the US. A more efficient system-on-chip with a larger battery may be the reason to compensate for a larger screen.
The primary Galaxy S8 will sport 5.7 inches display, and the premium Galaxy S8 Edge will reportedly feature a big screen size of 6.2 inches. If we compare it with all the aspects of other mobile companies smartphones, then Galaxy S8 will be the most powerful smartphone in 2017.
The flagship by Samsung is rumored to bolster with some unique and incredible features, such as phone-to-PC solution which is going to probably call Samsung DeX and the Artificial Assistant AI which is probably going to call Bixby.
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