The rumor mill has churned out many of the specs of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge before their announcement. And while Samsung hasn’t yet confirmed any of them, one rumored feature just got some support from the FCC.
The FCC filing for the Galaxy S7 edge has revealed that that phone will have a 3600mAh battery. The screenshot you see below is included with the filing for the A3LSMG935KOR. Inside of that string of numbers and letters that is an FCC ID is “SMG935,” which is expected to be the model number for Samsung’s Galaxy S7 edge.
This screenshot provided by the FCC lines up with the rumors surrounding the Galaxy S7 edge. And while nothing is official until Samsung says it is, the FCC is a government agency, and so this info is pretty solid.
To compare, the Galaxy S6 edge has a 2600mAh battery, so the Galaxy S7 edge’s battery will be significantly larger than the one found in its predecessor. As for the Galaxy S7, it’s rumored to pack a 3000mAh battery, up from the Galaxy S6’s 2550mAh battery.