The battery in the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge leaked yesterday for $849, which is a $900 premium over the Galaxy Note 8’s battery.
The leaked battery is made of a proprietary design that is only available to the company that makes the phone, Samsung.
We’ve heard from sources that Samsung was not happy with the leak, and it was forced to reverse course.
We can only speculate as to why Samsung chose to reverse its course and let the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus get the leak.
But the most likely reason is that the battery leaks could be a good opportunity for Samsung to increase the battery life of its phones.
We don’t know the exact capacity of the battery leak, but it is not far off from what Samsung’s own S8 has.
The battery on the S8 is said to be 4,300mAh, which isn’t too far off of the 4,400mAh in the S7’s battery, and is also significantly lower than the 5,000mAh in Samsung’s Galaxy S9.
This new battery should not be far off either.
Samsung’s battery in its Galaxy S10 is rated at 4,900mAh.
It should be a big step forward over the battery on its S7.
We will update this article if we hear more information.