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Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ To Be 12% Thinner Than The S9+ While Housing A 4100 mAh Battery

Only a few weeks remain for Samsung to unveil the most anticipated smartphone of 2019. There have been countless leaks about the upcoming Galaxy S10 from the different variants to the internals and it seems there are more to come. The latest leaks courtesy of Ice Universe suggest that the Galaxy S10+ will, in fact, be thinner than the S9+ variant while housing a bigger larger and more efficient battery of 4100 mAh.

Although Samsung has had a rough history with exploding batteries in the past it is clear that the only way left is the way forward and that is exactly what they’ve done. Samsung smartphones are known to push innovation to the next level. The  Galaxy S9+ was 8.9mm and the new leaks suggest the thickness of the S10+ to be at 7.8mm. The smaller form factor of the S10+ could result in thermal issues but with the Snapdragon 855, we could expect a subtle improvement in the department. We’ve also learnt that the S10 would come with advanced cooling solutions with excellent battery optimizations.

Moreover, it is evident that Samsung is on a move with bringing innovation to the consumer. Recently the manufacturer introduced the 1 TB storage solutions for upcoming devices while we spotted the first ever launch trailer about the fictitious foldable smartphone by Samsung. The S10 itself will be one of the most polarizing smartphones of the year setting the standard for various manufacturers. The punch hole design itself has been adopted by quite a few brands and we expect Samsung to lead the race with the S10. With the smartphone, Samsung has kept the aesthetics alive while giving the phone a futuristic look and a complete hardware makeover. The previous iteration of S devices was basically a yearly refreshment but with the 10-year anniversary, Samsung plans on making an entry with a huge bang.

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