Posted June 05, 2018 07:06:00 It’s not often that a mobile phone’s battery gets upgraded in this way, but the Samsung Galaxy S8+ is no exception.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are currently in production, and according to a new Samsung document, the company is working to improve battery life by up to 20% for those phones.
According to the document, a full 20% improvement in battery life means a user would be able to run a 3.6-inch display, a 5.1-inch screen, a 2.3-inch, and even a 4.7-inch phone, with the latest models getting an improvement of 5%.
Samsung is offering its Galaxy S7 line, Galaxy S6 line, and Galaxy S5 line for free with the purchase of a Galaxy S phone, but if you’re looking to save even more money and power, you could upgrade to the Galaxy S10.
While there are many different Samsung phones that are currently available, the Galaxy Note 7 is the most recent and most affordable, and with the Galaxy 10, Samsung’s plans for the future are looking promising.
Samsung is also working on new ways to reduce the amount of power it takes to operate devices, which means there’s no longer a need for a huge battery that’s capable of powering smartphones for a very long time.
If you’re interested in the latest rumors about the Galaxy series, check out our Samsung Galaxy series article.