On August 13, Samsung is all set to unveil its phablet duo at their Unpacked event and the main stream stars will be the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+. Stay tuned and ahead of the keynote, something is outed and what is that? Check it right after this jump.
Although, we have a pretty good idea on what actually Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 are coming with and what they look like and even what they bring with it under the hood. Unfortunately, there are some other points that we’ve never got the answer – one being the battery capacity.
Finally, we get the answer just before it’s launch and that is both the Note 5 and S6 Edge+ will be equipped with 3,000mAh battery package. Confirmed by the most popular leakster Evan Blass (actually known as @evleaks), leaving a lot of Note fans a little disappointed.
Battery setup is very important for the two devices, considering neither will offer replaceable battery. So, you no longer bring a second one along and easily swap it out, evidently fans are hoping to get as much juice as possible.
The Galaxy Note 5 will be the first member in the line to check out with 3000mAh battery, then it’s getting a smaller juice packs than its two predecessors. The new Galaxy Note flagship will be integrated with Samsung’s own Exynos 7420 chip, which noticeably more power efficient and the TouchWiz UI has also come a long way and is constantly optimizing battery life. Display patterns are another likely area of improvement and Samsung already has a track record of slashing power consumption with each generation of Super AMOLED technology.
Best battery life owning smartphone is compulsory and hopefully this situation pans out and has always been a key selling point of any smartphone maker, even Samsung phablets either. Result would be a shame for the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ to be a step in the wrong direction.
“Battery Life with a 3000mAh unit details: max standby time 336 hours and talktime 21 hours.”
Think Samsung with a smaller battery concept into a big and powerful Note and S6 Edge series and that too non-removable one will definitely fail. But Samsung is all different from its decisions, so we have to wait and witness the unveil of both the Note 5 and S6 Edge+ today, and listen what actually it has in its package.