Samsung Galaxy Note 11 could have a graphene battery

Samsung announces the Galaxy A10s- 4,000 mAh battery and fingerprint reader

Samsung announces the Galaxy A10s- 4,000 mAh battery and fingerprint reader

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.

A recent rumour purports that Samsung is close to being ready to launch a phone with a pretty futuristic battery tech.

Rumors earlier this year claimed the Galaxy S10 would feature a battery that no other Android device or iPhone used so far. If you carry around Qi-based wearables such as Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Buds, then you need not worry when they are out of battery as the Galaxy Note10 series devices can help replenish their batteries with this handy feature.

For years, graphene has been described as this super material that can fix a bunch of issues. However, they found pinkish colour cast, coarse noise and loss of texture in low light situations.

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According to Blass, Samsung hopes to have "at least one" phone with a graphene battery either in 2020 or 2021.

According to perennial leaker Evan Blass Samsung are preparing a graphene battery to arrive in a phone either next year or the year after.

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. Both main and telephoto cameras are optically stabilised like the previous Galaxy Note models. The 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus has scored a whopping 113 on the points for its overall camera performance, dethroning Huawei P30 Pro that had scored 112 on their ranking system.

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