A new rumor says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have a huge battery to work with.
At that, users probably won't have to worry about running into battery life problems during the day, if this turns out to be true.
Galaxy Note 10 Pro's Rumored Battery
According to the notable tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro, specifically the Galaxy Note 10 Pro 4G with the build number SM-N975, will boast a 4,500 mAh. The leakster also initially said it will have fast-charging support with a rate of 25W, a feature rumored to land on all Galaxy S10 models, but they retracted that bit.
N975（Note10 Pro 4G） 4500mAh 25w — Ice universe (@UniverseIce) April 28, 2019
In addition, the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology recently uploaded a photo of the battery and labeled it with the model number EB-BN975ABU. It's said that this will power the smartphone in question.
Putting Things Into Perspective
For comparison's sake, the Galaxy Note 9 has a 4,000 mAh battery, meaning the Galaxy Note 10 Pro has 500 mAh more than its predecessor. Meanwhile, Samsung's latest phones the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus have 3,400 and 4,100 mAh batteries, respectively. For the record, the Galaxy S10E has a 3,100 mAh cell. Notably, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro's battery is on par with the Galaxy S10 5G, which, needless to say, also has a 4,500 mAh cell.
Galaxy Note Pro?
For those who don't know, the next-generation Galaxy Note is rumored to come in two sizes: a 6.28 incher and a 6.75 incher. Both of them are said to have 4G LTE and 5G models, and the larger variants are rumored to be the Pro versions, which strays from Samsung's usual "Plus" label to indicate bigger versions of its phones, such as in the Galaxy S line.
The Galaxy Note 10 is also purported to sport a "keyless design" and a four-camera setup on the rear. However, all of this should be taken with a grain of salt, considering they're only rumors, after all.
It's unclear when the South Korean brand will launch the device, but if history is anything to go by, it could unveil the smartphone sometime in August.