As the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 nears, we’re getting bits and pieces of info about its features with each passing day. Early today, Phone Arena revealed that the upcoming Note flagship from Samsung will feature a beefy 3,450 mAh battery on board. This is bigger than any phablet we’ve seen in the market, which means that Samsung is seriously looking to step it up in the battery department this time. To put things in perspective, LG’s Optimus G Pro packs a 3,140 mAh battery while the Sony Xperia Z Ultra phablet sports a 3,000 mAh pack.
Since the Note 3 will feature a power hungry SoC and almost 3GB of RAM according to rumors, it makes sense to pack a bigger battery so that users can make the most out of a single charge. A recent leak revealed that the Galaxy Note 3 would pack a removable battery. Of course, this is merely a rumor for now, so we would much rather like to get confirmation from Samsung on this. With almost three weeks left for the September 4 announcement, we can expect to get more substantial information about the smartphone in the coming days.
Via: Phone Arena