Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is not expected to deliver greater battery capacity

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is not expected to deliver greater battery capacity
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is not expected to deliver greater battery capacity
The future Galaxy Z Flip 3 is not expected to deliver improvements in terms of battery capacity to users. At least, this is what indicates a series of certifications received, such as Safety Korea, DEKRA and 3C from China.

According to the website MySmartPrice, the authorities indicated for two battery cells. The first is the EB-BF711ABY, which would deliver 2,370 mAh. The second, the EB-BF712ABY, would have an additional 903 mAh. In other words, the total capacity of the foldable cell phone would be 3,273 mAh.

That number would be below, but close to, the 3,300 mAh installed inside the first Galaxy Z Flip and its 5G model. In other words, Samsung’s next shell-shaped smartphone is unlikely to contain a battery improvement.

In practice, the result can mean even less autonomy. This is because the device is speculated to receive more powerful components and a 120 Hz panel, characteristics which tend to consume even more energy.

To try to compensate for this situation, a “card” from the Korean manufacturer may consist of software optimizations. However, there is no indication or sign of improvements of any kind.

So far, it has not yet been announced when the device will be made official by Samsung, although rumors indicate for the third quarter of 2021. The information provided does not come from the official sources of the company, but from certifications and leaks. However, they already give an idea of ​​what the future foldable smartphone of the brand should look like.

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