Samsung joined the battery race quite late than the Chinese smartphone makers. The Xiaomi Redmi Mi Note series was the first smartphone series to get a 5000 mAh battery. Later most smartphones had bumped with minimum 5,000 mAh capacity. To join the race, Samsung introduced the Galaxy M series with a 5,000 mAh battery house. The Galaxy M series became so popular that Samsung later launched many devices in this series. The latest Galaxy M30s & Galaxy M31 has 6,000 mAh battery power.
Now, the new listing for Galaxy M41 at 3C has revealed that Samsung is working on a 7,000 groundbreaking mAh battery. It is more than enough juice to run your smartphone for a day in heavy usage. The certification for Galaxy M41 has mentioned a whopping 6,800 mAh battery inside. The 6,800 mAh means Samsung will introduce it with 7,000 mAh. In the review, Galaxy M30s & Galaxy M31 has resulted in excellent results with 48 hours & 49 hours, respectively. With the previous result, you can guess how much the upcoming Galaxy smartphone will run in normal mode.
The huge battery capacity doesn’t mean you will get long-lasting results. The other factors also matter in this process. With minimum battery power, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A71, and Galaxy Note 10 outrun most of the Galaxy M series smartphones. Right now, we know that to charge this huge battery, it will need the fastest charging tech. On the database, it shows 15W charging tech, so we think Samsung has to come up with more faster 30W or 45W charging facility.