Last November, we heard talks of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 arriving this year will have a battery capacity similar to the Galaxy Z Flip3. A new report from the Dutch publication GalaxyClub suggests the Galaxy Z Flip4 will be equipped with a slightly larger battery.
The publication says that the Galaxy Z Flip4 (SM-F721) will have two batteries, having model codes EB-BF721ABY and EB-BF722ABY. The former is referred to by Samsung internally as a “sub battery: and is the larger of the two with a rated capacity of 2,400mAh while the latter is the main battery having a rated capacity of 903mAh.
This brings the total rated capacity to 3,303mAh, which is 103mAh more than the Galaxy Z Flip3’ total rated capacity, meaning the Flip4 ‘s typical battery capacity will be about 3,400mAh (Flip3’s is 3,300mAh).
That is not too significant an improvement, and it remains to be seen how much extra battery life Samsung will manage to deliver over the Galaxy Z Flip3. There is still a few months before the Galaxy Z Flip4’s launch, but you can expect to see more details surrounding the handset in the days leading to the official announcement.
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