Samsung has now confirmed the 10th-anniversary Galaxy S10 will launchvery soon. But a new leak reveals you might be better off waiting for two different Samsung models which could blow it out of the water.
In an intriguing post, consistently reliable Dutch site GalaxyClub.nl has undercovered the part numbers ‘EB-BF900ABA’, ‘EB-BF901ABA’ and ‘EB-BG977ABU’ and they make the upcoming Galaxy S10 5G Edition and screen-folding Galaxy F very special indeed.
The part numbers refer to batteries, EB-BG977ABU is assigned to the 5G Galaxy S10 and reveals a massive 5,000 mAh capacity battery. But even more impressively, both EB-BF900ABA and EB-BF901ABA are assigned to the Galaxy F and they have 3,100 mAh each – giving the phone a combined 6,200 mAh of battery capacity.
By comparison, the standard Galaxy S10 models deliver a nasty surprise.
Samsung’s top of the range Galaxy S10 Plus is the pick of those phones with a Galaxy Note 9-matching 4,000 mAh battery, while the Galaxy S10 has a 3,500 mAh battery and the Galaxy S10 Lite spoils its otherwise great appealwith just a battery of just 3,1000 mAh.