After finding out that Samsung’s upcoming flagship Galaxy S11 + will have a 5000mAh battery and we are still rubbing our eyes on this news, today we also discover that the standard Galaxy S11 will also fit the battery. You should not be surprised by these upgrades, as we are talking about 5G phones that consume a lot of energy.
Find out that the standard Galaxy S11 model will have a 4500mAh battery, judging by the certifications made in South Korea. Such a battery is 1100mAh larger than the Galaxy S10 and even larger than the Note 10+.
Initially, there were rumors that the Galaxy S11 will have a 3800-3900mAh battery, but it seems to exceed our expectations. The image with the battery reveals a capacity of 17.37 Wh, which at a voltage of 3.86V leads to 4500mAh. The battery will be manufactured by ITM Semiconductor in Vietnam, but there should also be a version produced by Samsung SDI. Here’s what the battery capabilities of the Galaxy S11 series phones look like, with their codes:
- Galaxy S11e: 3800-3900mAh (EB-BG980ABY)
- Galaxy S11: 4500mAh (EB-BG985ABY)
- Galaxy S11+: 5000mAh (EB-BG988ABY)
It is not yet clear whether the 4G and 5G variants of the S11 and S11e phones will have the same battery, but they are likely to be the same. If so, then we should see autonomy discrepancies, with a plus for 4G models compared to 5G. Another big battery consumer will be the new 120 Hz display. Also this week I saw the first hands-on release of the Samsung Galaxy S11, but also a new rendering with the asymmetric S11+ camera.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 is likely to be launched in February 2020. According to Bloomberg’s sources, the mobile giant may simultaneously present a new foldable mobile with a so-called clamshell design. Something Samsung has previously shown concept images on.
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