The Samsung Q30 Plus comes with two batteries, main (4800mAh) and auxiliary (2400mAh), with a declared battery life of 6 and 3 hours, respectively. These numbers are identical to the parameters of the older Centrino-based Q30 model, while the Sonoma platform is known to require more power. We’ll check out the numbers shortly in practical tests.
Both the batteries can show their charge level as you press on the Push button next to the indication bar:
Turning the sub-notebook upside down you can only see some labels, battery locks and two stereo speakers. Take note that the memory slot is inaccessible and you can’t upgrade the memory subsystem without losing the warranty.