Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Tops DxOMark Camera Ratings

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Tops DxOMark Camera Ratings

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Tops DxOMark Camera Ratings

Swap that 25W charger for a 45W one, and charging times will be further reduced.

Graphene polymer batteries have been touted as the future of auto batteries thanks to their quick charging and quick discharging properties, as well as their capability to extend range, thanks to the much higher density in them.

A photo has emerged from Samsung's South Korean test lab of a smartphone battery with a total capacity of 5830 mAh. Called the Galaxy A10s, it is an entry-level smartphone that has been rumored over the past couple of weeks, revealing some of its key features, which include a large notched screen, a high-capacity battery, an octa-core processor, dual rear cameras, and Android 9 Pie.

It has been just under two years since Samsung announced that its Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) had developed a battery using graphene. Moreover, the researchers claim the battery temperature can be maintained to up to 60C, a temperature standard maintained by EV batteries.

We should see more info on the A30s and A50s in the coming weeks so stay tuned.

Each time Samsung rolls out new models of its flagship handsets, you can consider that the company is positioning them as top-notch cameras that additionally happen to incorporate smartphone functionality. Given the Note 7's battery problems, Samsung is undoubtedly paying particular attention to the safety side of things and won't make graphene batteries available until they're ready. The 45W charger, meanwhile, will be available as a separate purchase.