Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 3,600mAH Battery, Reveals FCC
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016 is just around the corner and Samsung is readying its new devices, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge for launch. Both phones were recently certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and now the agency reveals the new battery capacity of the Galaxy S7 Edge.Advertisement
In latest disclosed reports, FCC informs Samsung fans that the South Korean company will bring connectivity features and a robust 3,600mAH battery capacity in the upcoming Galaxy S7 Edge. NDTV released a screenshot where the battery details of the handset were unveiled. If the report turns out to be true, the Galaxy S7 Edge will have a greater battery capacity of 3,600mAH compared to the Galaxy Note 5’s 3,000mAH battery and Nexus 6P’s 3,450mAH battery.
Tech Radar notes down that the new battery capacity of Galaxy S7 Edge is a significant 1,000mAH bump over last year’s Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus’s 3,000mAH battery capacity. Even the upcoming Galaxy S7 due at MWC is expected to carry a 2,700mAH battery. However, it should be noted that the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 and Moto X Play are more powerful, with 3,760mAH and 3,630 battery capacities respectively. It should, however, be noted that big batteries do not bring more power always. It was evident with the LG G4’s 3,000mAH battery that tested subpar.
In some recent leaked images, the Galaxy S7 Edge’s left side shows curved feature with minor refinements to the design. Also, the date is flashed on the screen in a typical style.
According to Android Pit, the Galaxy S7 Edge is expected to come in four different modes- Single mode, Single Plus mode, feeds and immersive. In addition to this, the phone is expected to deliver improved-fast-charging technology. As for the other specs, the device will pack in two processors, an Exynos and a Snapdragon.