Samsung Galaxy A10 is about to receive a newer, better sibling

Yolanda Curtis
August 14, 2019

The Galaxy Note10+ also comes with an additional capability to support 45W wired charging which allows it to obtain all-day battery life with just 30 minutes of charging time. But Samsung has been working on a battery charging breakthrough for several years, and we might finally see it deployed in commercial handsets as soon as next year.

Rumors earlier this year claimed the Galaxy S10 would feature a battery that no other Android device or iPhone used so far.

More recently, SamMobile has reported on graphene batteries being developed by Samsung for future smartphones. Ultimately, the phone shipped without that graphene battery, and the Note 10 doesn't have one either.

For years, graphene has been described as this super material that can fix a bunch of issues.

"With an overall Selfie score of 99 points, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is the new Number One in our DxOMark Selfie ranking for smartphone front cameras". Among them, we have battery charging speeds as well as energy storage.

Graphene batteries are not only theorized to be faster charging than Li-Ion batteries, but are also able to hold more power, and will deteriorate at a slower rate, meaning you get the maximum capacity for a longer time than you would with a rapidly wearing battery like those available today.

The use of graphene in batteries isn't entirely new.

While the display is the best aspect of the Galaxy Note 10+, another attractive feature is the camera, as told by DxOMark. Either way, if you haven't yet opted for one of the many Galaxy Note 10 promotions available in the U.S., we have another one for you coming directly from Samsung.

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