January is rife with rumors about upcoming smartphones, with numerous industry sources leaking info left and right. With the Mobile World Congress just a month away, we’re getting more and more information about upcoming flagship smartphones that are likely to be unveiled at the event.
Today we have fresh new info about Samsung Galaxy S10, the Lite version in particular.
According to the South Korean consumer product certification department, the Galaxy S10 Lite will come with this battery:
The text is hard to read but upon close inspection, we can see that the Galaxy S10 Lite will come with a 3,100 mAh battery. This isn’t a lot of battery capacity, going by current flagship standards, and is on the lower end of the scale. It is likely that the S10 Lite won’t have particularly good battery life, you might get a day out of it, or a day and a half at most.
Earlier rumors pointed towards a unique graphene battery for the S10 siblings, but this leak has proven it wrong. At least, the S10 Lite won’t have a graphene battery and will come with a standard Li-ion one. It’s entirely possible that Samsung will outfit the more powerful (and expensive) S10 and S10 Plus with a graphene battery, but for now, it remains unconfirmed.
Based on previous rumors, the low-end Galaxy S10 Lite might come with a flat 18:9 aspect ratio display with and will be powered by Samsung’s in-house Exynos 9 Octa 9820 processor.
Watch this space for more on Samsung Galaxy phones.