Samsung Galaxy M41 could break 6,000mAh battery barrier
Move over 5,000mAh and 6,000mAh battery phones. Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy M41 could offer a 6,800mAh battery. Here’s everything you need to know about the smartphone.
Samsung has come a long way from the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. Since then, we've seen Samsung improving the battery capacity on its premium phones. In the budget segment, it has begun offering phones with 6,000mAh battery, such as Galaxy M30s. Now, Samsung is looking to break the 6,000mAh threshold for phone batteries.
Samsung is working on a Galaxy M41 smartphone which could offer 6,800mAh battery capacity. If launched, this will be the highest battery capacity on any Samsung phone so far. The Galaxy M41 has been spotted on the 3C certification site, revealing the mammoth battery capacity. The listing names Ningde Amperex Technology Limited as the manufacturer of the battery.
Separately, a live image of the 6,800mAh battery has also leaked. If the image is to be believed, the battery does not appear to be larger than normal phone batteries. This is a positive considering large battery phones are known for their bulkiness, such as Gionee's Marathon series.
That said, it is not the first time we've come across the Galaxy M41. The smartphone is said to be part of Samsung's lineup of Galaxy M 2020 series. The Galaxy M41 will reportedly feature a 64-megapixel camera and Exynos 9630 processor.
Samsung Galaxy M41 and Galaxy M51 were expected to launch in the first half of the year. A recent report claimed the two phones were shelved in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic. The latest listing, however, suggests the official launch is just around the corner.
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