A leaked image with the back cover popped off points to a 3,340mAh capacity.
The device, which sports a gigantic 6.8-inch display, is already on sale in China and Malaysia.
This comes nearly a couple of months after companies like Google, Samsung, and LG said they will release such updates for their Android devices.
A total of 4 new entries and plenty of movement this week.
The LG V10 has a clever second screen, but phone history remembers many, many previous attempts.
The highlight of the week was undoubtedly the new duo of Nexus phones, but a few interesting Lumia leaks managed to slip through as well.
The successor of Huawei P8 is expected to make its official debut at some point next year with Kirin SoC and fingerprint sensor.
Industry sources claim that the US giant is preparing a spiritual successor to the Lumia 830, to be released shortly after the Lumia 950 duo.
The OEM is committed to expanding its future lineup with more mid-range devices, like the Windows-powered Jade Primo.
The popular UK retailer has a tantalizing offer for the more spacious Nexus 5X that you should really consider, if you are looking to buy.
The device, which was made official back in June this year, will possibly be launched in the country on October 8.
Previous leaks had suggested that that only Lumia 950 XL's rear camera will have triple LED flash.
The now public list may unfortunately be a lot smaller than many have expected.
A few hints have appeared on the Korea OEM's website, indicating that the flagships might be updated to Android 6.0 sooner rather than later.
The budget rugged smartphone was announced for Japan, offers 4.5" display and quad-core processor.
With the upcoming Windows-powered duo only a few days away from release, a Russian retailer seems to be first across the line with pre-orders.
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