Samsung might be planning to add a bigger battery in Galaxy Note 9

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Just yesterday we reported that benchmark results of Samsung’s upcoming Note 9 were leaked on Geekbench. Now according to another set of leaks, it looks like Samsung is planning to give a battery boost to Note 9.

As per the latest leak, Samsung is planning to add a 3,850 mAh battery on Note 9 which is 17% boost over Note 8. The battery is even bigger than the current flagship S9 which has a 3,500 mAh battery. Samsung had issues with battery on Note 7 in the past which led to a major recall of the devices so we hope that the issues are now fixed.

Apart from this, the latest leak also points towards the existence of in-display fingerprint scanner which was earlier denied and then confirmed. We will have to wait for a few more months to know what Note 9 has in store for us. Meanwhile, we do hope to see more leaks in the coming weeks.

Via: T3

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