The Samsung Galaxy S11 + may incorporate a 5,000 mAh battery ┬╗ERdC

The Samsung Galaxy S11 + may incorporate a 5,000 mAh battery ┬╗ERdC

The Samsung Galaxy S11 + may incorporate a 5,000 mAh battery

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As we approach 2020 ms and more leaks appear on what they will be the flagship from Samsung for next year and this time the news has to do with the supposed battery capacity for the Galaxy S11 +.

Samsung bet at 5,000 mAh for the S11 +

The reason behind this decision is that as mentioned in different media the new Galaxy S11 + will have a 120 Hz screen and the panel requires more battery consumption to be able to solve the daily use we make to the terminal.

He smartphone Samsung's largest battery capacity is a mid-range, the Galaxy M30s with 6,000 mAh, although we are likely to see as time goes by smartphones high end with larger capacity batteries.

The origin of this leak

The filtration on the capacity of this battery has occurred thanks to the Web SafetyKorea (an entity that is responsible for certifying electronic components) and confirms that it be 5,000 mAh.

Specifically, SM-G988 is mentioned which we can tell you that it belongs to Expected Samsung Galaxy S11 +.

Now everything is a matter of time

Samsung Galaxy S11 + case

Samsung Galaxy S11 + case

For Samsung to confirm everything about the S11 we must wait until February, to the Unpacked event, although the leaks and rumors They are the order of the day.

We'll see if finally the South Korean firm is committed to offering more battery in its flagship of 2020, we do not say this on a whim, we say it because the screens with a higher refresh rate consume more and the autonomous could be compromised if larger battery capacities are not adopted.

We will follow closely everything that happens with the future high-end Samsung as always here in "The Corner of China" so as we always say, do not get too far That the best is always to come.


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