Samsung Galaxy S11 + ‘s Huge 5000mAh Battery Displayed

Samsung Galaxy S11 + 's Huge 5000mAh Battery Displayed

Samsung Galaxy S11 + ‘s Huge 5000mAh Battery Displayed

Samsung, which will introduce the next generation Galaxy S series in February, continues its work on Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11 + at full throttle. According to a new leak, the Galaxy S11 + will come with the highest capacity battery Samsung has ever used in its flagship phones.

The Galaxy S11 + is being developed to be a true flagship in every sense. Samsung, Galaxy S11 series with the battery capacity in the industry seems to accelerate competition. The new generation device will have the largest battery the company has ever used on its flagships.

The battery, which will power the Samsung Galaxy S11 +, has recently been approved by the SafetyKorea certification body with the model number EB-BG988ABY in South Korea. The photo of the battery appeared online and showed that the next generation phone will come with a 5000 mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy S11 + 's Huge 5000mAh Battery Displayed

Samsung Galaxy S11 + ‘s Huge 5000mAh Battery Displayed

While not yet verified, the huge battery developed for the Galaxy S11 + will support Samsung’s 45W fast charging technology offered on the Galaxy Note 10+. In addition, the phone’s Galaxy Buds or other wireless headphones, a feature that allows you to charge the reverse wireless charging process as well as fast wireless charging support will be included in the phone.

Samsung is planning to increase the screen size to 6.9 inches in the new phone and will bring a smooth refresh rate of 120Hz with the Infinity-O panel. 5G network support, which is expected to come as a standard, also plays an important role in this increase. Samsung is expected to use the new 5G-supported Snapdragon 865 from Qualcomm, and its Exynos 990 5G on the other.

Samsung Galaxy S11 + 's Huge 5000mAh Battery Displayed

Samsung Galaxy S11 + ‘s Huge 5000mAh Battery Displayed

The largest battery ever used by the brand’s flagship phones belongs to the Galaxy S10 5G with a capacity of 4,500mAh. However, the Galaxy Note 10+’s 4.300mAh and the Galaxy S10 +’s 4.100mAh batteries were not far behind. The Galaxy S9 +, which was released even before, came out with a 3.500mAh battery, which was good at that time.

If the Galaxy S10 + had a 5000mAh battery, it would have an unrivaled battery life, but the Galaxy S11 + might not. The 2020 smartphones will need more power, especially because of the 5G modems, so Samsung will not be able to significantly increase the battery life even if the battery capacity increases.

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