Report: Samsung’s Foldable Galaxy F to come with two batteries

Samsung recently confirmed to hold this year’s Unpacked Events on February 20th, launching two of the most awaited flagships of the year. The company is expected to release the new member from the S-series, Galaxy S10 and the anticipated foldable Galaxy F or Galaxy Fold. Ahead of the official launch, the battery capacity of the smartphones are out at it is mindblowing.
As a standard flagship (but with foldable screen), the Galaxy F was only expected to arrive with a single, but 4000mAh+ battery. Although, several reports coming out of various reliable sources claim that the smartphone could carry two battery packs. As a foldable smartphone, it will have enough room under the hood on both the halves. The company seems to be scheming to utilize them for the battery deployment.
Report: Samsung's Foldable Galaxy F to come with two batteries 2
Justin Denison, Samsung Electronics senior vice president of Mobile Product Marketing, speaks during the unveiling of Samsung’s new foldable screen smartphone, during the Samsung Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, U.S., November 7, 2018. REUTERS/Stephen Lam – HP1EEB71IHF64
Bet you were not surmising such a piece of news regarding the first foldable screen smartphone. However, it is considered very helpful when coming to such a multi-purpose device. Each battery pack will be of 3100mAh, says our source and it sounds legit. The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite would carry only half of its entire capacity, i,e, 3100mAh. Apart from the battery details of the Galaxy F, the Galaxy S10 is also in the line. If it is true, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant will be the first Samsung device to come with a single 5,000mAh battery pack built-in.
In the meantime, larger battery refers to expensive smartphones. Therefore, it is obvious that the Korean brand will tag the new flagships (with bigger batteries) with much expensive price lists. What do you think?

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