We are less than a month away from the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 + and rumors have already been responsible for gutting the main features of both models, including images. However, there are still unknowns to solve, such as autonomy data, something that is usually not known until the day of the official announcement.
Although we do not know how long the battery of the Galaxy S9 will last, a component supplier has filtered what would be the batteries of both models, revealing the capacity that each of them will have and no, there are no changes with respect to the previous generation.
Continuity even in batteries
Last week Evan Blass added to the wave of rumors confirming what was already talking: the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will bring major improvements in sections such as the camera or processor, but they will maintain a continuous line in sections such as design or size of your screens. Now we know that this continuity would also apply to batteries.
A distributor of components for smartphones in China already published images of what would be the batteries of the Galaxy S9 and S9 +, and the capacity of them is exactly the same as those of the models of last year, ie 3,000 mAh for the model basic and 3,500 mAh for the plus model.
If this detail is confirmed we can expect an autonomy very much in line with the models of last year, although it is possible that Samsung will be able to stretch it a bit more by optimizing its Exynos 9810 chip.
The next February 25 we will leave doubts, but we do not expect big surprises in this section.
Now, there’s a chance at least the battery listings could have been manipulated, but at this point in time, it’s not impossible for parts retailers to be getting inventory for the S9 and S9 plus.
Initial sales of the two phones+ are expected to commence in mid-March, so it’s not like there’s a lot of time left for Samsung to prepare retailers, carriers, and smartphone stores across the world with accessories and parts related to its upcoming flagships.