Posted October 05, 2018 08:59:07 Samsung has revealed that the Galaxy Note 7 battery will have a more compact and durable design, with a 3D printed battery pack that can fit in a phone’s palm.
The new Galaxy S9 battery pack, as seen in a video posted to the company’s YouTube channel, is also a 3-D printed model.
Samsung is making sure that its batteries will last a long time, so they’re more durable than those that have already hit the market.
In the video, Samsung’s Senior Vice President for Marketing and SVP of Mobile Communications Alex Kowalski reveals the battery packs, which will include a 3.3-inch polycarbonate (PVC) structure that is 3D-printed and weighs less than 1kg.
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 battery pack will have the same 3D print technology as its predecessors, and can fit inside the phone’s phone case.
The battery pack is also compatible with Samsung’s Galaxy S Pen, which allows users to capture photos and videos using their smartphones.
Kowalskis smartphone is one of several models of the Galaxy device that will come with the Galaxy 8 battery pack.
Other models will also be compatible with the new Note 8, including the Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy Alpha 2, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy X, and Galaxy XS smartphones.
A new model of the Samsung Note 7 with the Note 7 Plus battery will be released in early 2019.
Samsung will also launch a version of the Note 8 with a new battery pack featuring the Note S7 technology, which features a 3mm gap between the battery and the screen.