Several key details regarding Samsung’s upcoming, but still unofficial, Galaxy Note 5 were revealed earlier in the month, and now another key component of the device has been revealed.
Thanks to a tweet from Evan Blass (@evleaks), it’s been revealed that the Galaxy Note 5 will feature a battery that measures in at 3000mAh. Of course, one has to compare that size to the Galaxy Note 4′s battery, which was 3220mAh, so if this change in battery size is indeed the case for the upcoming phablet, that decision will certainly spark some conversations amongst fans.
The same tweet also revealed that the Galaxy S6 edge+ will feature the same 3000mAh battery, which is actually a boost from the 2600mAh battery that was installed in the original Galaxy S6 edge.
Samsung’s decision to go with a smaller battery in the Galaxy Note 5 compared to the Galaxy Note 4 is even more interesting when connected with other rumors that the device won’t feature a replaceable battery. We’re looking forward to seeing how well this goes over when the phone is officially introduced.
What do you think of a 3000mAh battery powering the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+?