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The Samsung Galaxy S7 will have a 3,600 mAh battery as per an FCC listing

Samsung Galaxy S7

An FCC listing has shed light on one of the most crucial aspects of the upcoming #Samsung #GalaxyS7 flagship – the battery. As per the listing, the smartphone will be packing a 3,600 mAh battery underneath, which should be a significant upgrade compared to the predecessor. This goes well with a previous report which mentioned that the handset would offer 17 hours of continuous video playback on full brightness.

The smartphone is expected to be unveiled on the 21st of February, so we’re closing in on the release with each passing day. As is the case with every Samsung flagship release, there will be very little mystery left for the announcement itself as we’ve already received plenty of pointers on what to expect from the device.

The Galaxy S7 is all set to be a showstopper when it is shown off at the MWC this month. However, fellow South Korean OEM, LG is expected to be launching its G5 flagship on the same day, so it will be interesting to see which one comes out on top. But the buzz and hype is clearly in favor of Samsung at the moment.

Source: FCC

Via: Fone Arena

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