The most important feature of the phone is its battery capacity. If the percentage of the phone’s battery continues to decrease, all work is futile! With this in mind, smartphone makers are now offering 5,000 mAh batteries in their multiple devices. However, tech giant Samsung is thinking of going one step further on this issue. The popular South Korean company said yesterday that from next year, all of the brand’s budget Galaxy smartphones will have a 5,000 mAh battery backup.
According to reports, Samsung will try to improve the battery life of its devices, especially budget smartphones. And as part of this initiative, 5,000 mAh batteries will be seen in all the company’s budget smartphones. In this context, Samsung has already started supplying 8,000 mAh battery to its smartphones. Launched in September, the Galaxy M51 already has a 6,000 mAh battery. But next year, in 2021, Samsung plans to use more powerful batteries in its other smartphones.
Meanwhile, a couple of days ago, the company launched two new phones called Samsung Galaxy A12 and Samsung Galaxy A02s, which have a 5,000 mAh battery and 15 watts fast charging. The phones are priced at around Rs 15,620 and Rs 13,210 respectively and are available in blue, black, red and white color options. However, both phones will be available next year.
Incidentally, Samsung is expected to add 5G connectivity features to some of its flagships and some mid-range devices in the coming days. However, the company has made it clear that no budget smartphone in the Galaxy series will have 5G connectivity. But apart from the camera or network connectivity, the way the company is thinking of improving the battery capacity is really admirable!