Samsung, the giant South Korean tech company has already confirmed that the launch of its Galaxy S10 series is going to happen very soon. More specifically, Samsung Galaxy S10 would roll out on February 20th in San Francisco and London. But, a recent leak from Samsung confirmed, reportedly, that two other models might come out on that date. More specifically, we’re talking about the Galaxy S10 Special Edition and Galaxy F, Samsung’s folding smartphone.
The reliable Dutch site GalaxyClub revealed that, allegedly, Samsung leaked some information regarding two of its upcoming Galaxy models. According to the website, the “EB-BF900ABA,” “EB-BF901ABA,” and “EB-BG977ABU” are the serial numbers of the batteries of the Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy models.
Even more interesting, EB-BG977ABU, as GalaxyClub stated, is linked to the Samsung Galaxy S10 Special Edition device which, reportedly, is 5G network compatible, and it hints to a 5,000-mAh accumulator. On the other hand, both EB-BF900ABA and EB-BF901ABA are connected to the Galaxy F (Samsung’s folding smartphone), and they are 3,100-mAh batteries.
Samsung Leaked Battery Serial Numbers Reportedly Confirmed Galaxy S10 Special Edition and Galaxy F Folding Smartphone
The battery serial numbers leaked by Samsung and spotted by the Dutch site GalaxyClub, namely, “EB-BF900ABA,” “EB-BF901ABA,” and “EB-BG977ABU,” hint to the accumulators of Samsung Galaxy S10 Special Edition, which is compatible with the 5G network, and Galaxy F, the South Korean company’s first folding smartphone.
On the other hand, the Galaxy S10 Plus device would come with a Galaxy Note 9-matching 4,000 mAh battery and the standard Galaxy S10 model would boast 3,500-mAh accumulator. Besides, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite would sport only a 3,100-mAh battery.
As for the price of the anniversary S10 series and the Galaxy F device, undoubtedly, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Special Edition and the first Samsung’s folding smartphone, Galaxy F, would cost more than the other models of the Galaxy S10 lineup which, alone, would be quite expensive.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.