Samsung will unveil its new Galaxy S11 next year, but ahead of its official reveal we're going to be slammed with news, leaks, and rumors. Today brings us news of a major part of that puzzle -- a massive battery in the Galaxy S11.
Currently the largest battery in Samsung's main families of Galaxy smartphones is the Galaxy Note 10+ which rocks a 4300mAh battery, while rumor has it the new Galaxy S11 will have a 4500mAh battery. Samsung uses a larger display on the Note 10+ which would chew down that battery fast, so battery life on the new Galaxy S11 (if the rumor of the 4500mAh battery is true) could be awesome.
Previous rumors saw Samsung possibly using a 5000mAh battery inside of the new Galaxy S11, which if true would be even better -- but a 4500mAh unit is big enough for a non-Note smartphone. Consider this: Samsung used a 3400mAh battery inside of the Galaxy S10, so a 4500mAh battery is a gigantic upgrade over that in the new Galaxy S11.
It'll need it as well, since we're expected to be bombarded by a slew of new features and technologies in 2020 flagship smartphones like Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S11. We are to expect massive 108-megapixel cameras, super-fast 120Hz displays, and a whole heap more. Qualcomm teased a bunch of this during its annual Snapdragon Summit (something I covered here) so expect a bunch of this to be found inside of the new Galaxy S11 in 2020.
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