The problems Samsung had with Galaxy Note 7 last fall were mainly due to design flaws that led to the explosion of the battery. For the revised version of the phone, called the Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition), the company switched from 3500mAh to the 3200mAh battery, which was a safer choice.

And that brings us to the topic of the current Galaxy Note 8, which must be announced on August 23rd. A phone’s battery image appears on the network, which clearly shows that the power is 3300mAh.

Here’s the Complete List of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Specs

In other words, Samsung looks back on a more powerful battery once it has already prepared even bigger 4000mAh for its Galaxy S8 Active.

Does the company play with fire once more? Most likely not, as there is no doubt that Samsung engineers have put a great deal of effort into securing the new model.

Since the Galaxy Note 8 is rumoured to sport a 6.3-inch Infinity Display, the phone won’t be much bigger than the Galaxy S8+. Moreover, the S Pen takes up additional space inside the phone’s body when you compare it with the Galaxy S8+.

Are you disappointed by the lower battery capacity of the Galaxy Note 8? Let us know in the comments section below. Image: Slashleaks

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