OnePlus has launched a new Nord CE smartphone, where CE stands for Core Edition, and Redditor has developed the CE version of the Samsung Galaxy S10+. However, in this case, CE stands for “Chonk Edition” because there is a huge 14,000mAh battery on the back of the device! If this doesn’t surprise you, I don’t know what will happen.
Developed by Redditor, called u/T-VIRUS691 on Reddit, the modified Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a thick battery attached to the back. Redditor claims that Samsung will not give you the S10+ with a 10,000 mAh battery. He himself made a 14,000 mAh battery for his device.
For those who don’t know, Galaxy S10+ is Samsung’s flagship product when it launches in 2019. It has a much smaller 4,100 mAh battery and a Snapdragon 855 SoC. Third-party battery and connect it to the device through multiple cables. By combining its 10,000 mAh battery with a 4,100 mAh battery, the result is a huge 14,000 mAh battery.
In addition, this guy 3D printed a case with a special cutout for the camera to cover the battery. However, even in this case, the device looks thick. However, according to Redditor, one of the advantages of this device is that you can charge your wife’s S10 5G from her S10+ without losing a lot of power.
Now you may be wondering: How do NFC and wireless charging work with a large battery on the back? Well, unfortunately, these features will not be available until Redditor finds a way to place the wireless charging coil on top of the battery. An extension cord was made for him, and he said it is currently under study.
After the man connected the battery to his device, he also discharged the battery to calibrate the battery charger. He has been using a permanent connection, watching YouTube videos and keeping the screen brightness at maximum. You can see the battery diagram below. The first half of the figure shows using the original battery and discharging it to the 10,000 mAh battery voltage added later.
Now, if you are fascinated by the device and want to modify your smartphone, we recommend that you do not do this because it requires the required experience.
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