Earlier this week, the usually reliable tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter) shared detailed spec-sheet for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8 smartphone. The leak revealed a 3,300mAh battery for the phone.
Now, an image which is claimed to show a couple of Note8 batteries has surfaced online, confirming the 3,300mAh capacity.
Here's a closer look:
For comparison, the Galaxy S8 packs in a 3,000mAh battery, while the S8+ comes with a 3,500mAh battery. The ill-fated Note7, on the other hand, also had a 3,500mAh battery powering it, while a the Note FE has a 3,200mAh battery inside it.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is set to be made official on August 23.
And that's the reason also for shitty updates that slows your phone down. I am still Thinking if I buy the a5 2018. Come with curved display with 5.8 inch 18:9 and I'm DONE.
This is the reason why I always buy cases like clear view for all my glass back devices. Glass is just too slippery. The reason why Samsung phones have smaller batteries and glass bodies is because they want you to drop your phone/wear out the batter...
I disagree. A phone is not just a phone. Users and responsible citizens should care and express their ideas to steer stupid manufacturers away from producing flagship phones with puny batteries, fracture prone curved glass edges that make touchscreen...