- Samsung Galaxy M41 6,800mAh battery can seen with model number – EB-BM415ABY
- This kind of battery capacity is usually seen on tablets.
Samsung Galaxy M41 development was reportedly cancelled and the company had apparently moved on to working on the Galaxy M51. The South Korean giant had dropped the idea of outsourcing OLED panels and hence had to take such a decision. Now, in an interesting turn of events, alleged Samsung Galaxy M41 has now passed through China’s 3C certification. According to the listing, the handset will pack a massive 6,800mAh battery, the kind of capacity usually seen on tablets.
Separately, the battery is also certified by Safety Korea with the same model number – EB-BM415ABY. There’s also an image of the battery on the certification website. However, the text on it isn’t all that clear. Unfortunately, both the certifications don’t reveal much about the Samsung Galaxy M41 at the moment, but since we now know it’s in the active development, we may come across more details going forward.
Separately, Samsung is also working on Galaxy M31s. It was recently spotted on Geekbench and also Safety Korea website with battery model number EB-BM317ABY. The handset is expected to come with the in-house Exynos 9611 SoC coupled with 6GB RAM and Android 10 OS, probably with OneUI 2.0 custom skin on top. The Samsung Galaxy M31s is said to retain the same quad-camera setup with a 64MP primary sensor and pack 5,830mAh (6,000mAh typical) Li-ion battery. While there is no exact launch date, it is expected to debut some time in the next couple of months. Stick around.