OPTICXCESS – The Samsung Galaxy S21 + is ready to come with a 4,800mAh battery. Samsung in early 2020 presented the Galaxy S20 Series, which is now added to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition (FE).
Although the Galaxy S20 Series still has more devices, it doesn’t mean that Samsung won’t present a successor to this flagship cellphone.
Leaks about the successor to the S20 have also been circulating on the internet, although not in detail.
Samsung is also not expected to release the Samsung Galaxy S21 series until February 2021.
Samsung Galaxy S21
A small leak about this smartphone relates to the battery performance of one of the smartphones in the Galaxy S21 Series.
Like the Galaxy S20 Series, there will be smartphones called Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 +.
From the Safety Korea list with the model number EB-BG996ABY, you can see information on the batteries of the two upcoming smartphones.
The current flagship smartphone has an average battery capacity of 4,000mAh coupled with fast charging.
The same is the case with the Galaxy S21 + which looks like it will have a 4,800mAh capacity battery.
This power is large enough for a flagship class smartphone.
The 3C certification shows a battery capacity rating of 4,660mAh.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 + has a battery performance of 4,500mAh, and that means that the successor will add 200mAh.
In the very top variant, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a large enough battery capacity compared to the others, which is 5,000mAh.
This capacity battery is often found on affordable cellphones today, but the difference with the Galaxy S20 Series, there will be other supporting specifications.
Examples include camera specifications, designs, chipsets that are presented to the upper class.
Safety Korea confirmed Chinese manufacturer Ningde Amperex Technology is providing batteries for the next Galaxy S series phones.