The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is expected to give Samsung’s most popular foldable device a slightly larger battery.

When it first launched last year, the Galaxy Z Flip 3 was a big success for Samsung’s foldable portfolio, but it also had a negative side effect: a short battery life. Samsung appears to be addressing the battery issues with a slightly larger cell in the Galaxy Z Flip 4.

According to GalaxyClub , the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will have a somewhat larger battery than its predecessor. Specifically, the Flip 3’s 3,300 mAh battery pack was replaced with a 3,400 mAh battery pack. In the big scheme of things, this is a modest boost, but it might easily be the difference between charging up in the middle of the day and making it to sleep.

In more detail, the Flip 4 will reportedly contain two batteries, exactly like its predecessors. The smaller of the two is 903 mAh in capacity and is the same size as the Flip 3. The larger of the two, known as the sub battery, has a rated capacity of 2,400 mAh and is 100 mAh greater. This makes the calculation that a 3,400 mAh stated capacity is likely.

Although, as was already said, this is only a modest improvement, it is still something to look forward to. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 was Samsung’s best-selling product last year, accounting for the majority of the company’s foldable sales. It makes sense that this year will remain the same, and longer battery life would convince some users to upgrade to the more recent model.

Google’s 9TO5 I really wanted to love the Galaxy Z Flip 3, but one of the main reasons it didn’t become my go-to phone was its short battery life. The Pixel 4 received a lot of criticism for having an overly short battery life, and the Flip’s durability brought to mind that device. Concerns about endurance were undoubtedly allayed by the Flip’s pure joy of form, but they can’t be ignored long. This shift is a positive development, but it will be interesting to determine exactly what effect it will have.

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