- A 6,800mAh Samsung battery appeared on Chinese certification site 3C.
- Itâ€™s rumored to be a Galaxy M series power pack, possibly for the M41.
- The batteryâ€™s only slightly smaller than Samsungâ€™s flagship tablet.
According to a new listing on Chinaâ€™s 3C certification website (h/t: RootMyGalaxy), a forthcoming Samsung smartphone could sport a battery thatâ€™s just shy of 7,000mAh capacity.
The unit will make 6,800mAh available to its host device, dwarfing the capacity of the Galaxy S20 Ultraâ€™s battery and will provide nearly as much juice as the flagship Galaxy Tab S6 tablet. Itâ€™s also bigger than the Galaxy M31, which sports a 6,000mAh battery.
The capacity increase isnâ€™t all that surprising given the Galaxy M seriesâ€™ history. Samsung tends to load this budget-focused line with large batteries, notched displays, and multiple rear cameras. While not much else is known about the Galaxy M41 just yet, expect it to follow a similar formula.
It should be said that smartphone battery life is determined by a number of factors, and not simply raw capacity. However, expect the device powered by this battery to spend quite a few hours away from the charger.