Reports suggests Samsung in the works over 5000mAh smartphone
In such markets where electricity is an issue, the major way for smartphone makers to make maximum profits is to launch a device that would pack a battery that has mammoth ratings when it comes to its mAh.
This has been the practice in a lot of markets around the word especially in areas such as Africa and now, Samsung is buying into this ideology with new reports suggesting that the Asian OEM is I the woks over a smartphone that would be run on a 5000mAh battery. From the report, it can be made out that there is all likelihood of the device being launched as part of the A Pro family.
With the knowledge that Samsung is now in the habit of making 2016 refreshes for most of their device and we have heard that of all in the A series even up till the A8 we announced sometimes last week, we are tempted to think that this one could just be the 2016 remake of the Galaxy A9 Pro which was launched in China late in March and has made its bow in the international market just of recent.
As always, there has been no official confirmation from Samsung themselves so we are advised to just regard this in the list of other rumours – with a pinch of salt.
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