The electronics manufacturer Samsung is currently working on a new model of the Galaxy M series. A recently issued certification indicates that the device is equipped with a gigantic 6800mAh battery. The capacity reaches the level of a tablet.
The China Compulsory Certification (C3) was issued for the 6800mAh battery. According to a screenshot published, the certification was approved on June 28th. The battery has the model number EB-BM415ABY and is probably manufactured by the Chinese company Ningde Amperex Technology. Based on the name, the battery can be assigned to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M41. If the M41 does not appear as planned, the battery could be found in the Galaxy M51.
Galaxy M41 possibly discontinued
In recent weeks, rumors that the Galaxy M41 has been stamped out have surfaced on the web. The smartphone should no longer be produced and should therefore not be brought onto the market. It remains to be seen whether this is actually the case. The certification of the battery is an indication that Samsung is still working on the device. If the smartphone has actually been set, the 6800mAh battery can be found in another model. The Samsung Galaxy M51 is particularly suitable for this.
The two Galaxy smartphones M41 and M51 were originally supposed to appear in the first half of the year. Due to the corona pandemic, the release was postponed. It is considered likely that the two devices will be announced and launched soon. So far, however, there has not been an appointment.