Samsung Galaxy S11+ to sport a 5,000 mAh battery

06 December 2019
The S11 line is shaping up to offer some serious improvements over their predecessors.

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mixa, 06 Dec 2019Well, let's hope it doesn't explode :)I think that joke has well gone past it's use by date

    imparanoic, 06 Dec 2019It's possible that current generation 5g use more power tha... moreIndeed it does. My worry is the size of the device. And also, the battery drain. Yes 5000mA is great for a 4g phone... But 5g?

      This is good. Large batteries should be commonplace on all modern phones.

      Hopefully the high refresh-rate display won't offset the benefit of the extra mAhs.

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        • thw
        • 06 Dec 2019

        I hope the newest Exynos processors don't heat up under load (throttling). Otherwise there's little use of the 5k MAh battery

          Woaa, if this is true then i might keep my money and try for a samsung s11e,well the cheapest of them. It will probably still have around 4000mAh battery .
          Awesome phone.
          Or maybe i will wait to see the midrange a50 hmm

            johnpp, 06 Dec 2019probably same charging speed as the last gen 15WIt's 25W bundled but support up to 45W

              It's possible that current generation 5g use more power than 4g phone hence why bigger battery

                johnpp, 06 Dec 2019probably same charging speed as the last gen 15WIt's not about gen.. Samsung gives good reliability of battery lasting.. Spread your knowledge.. The 10 note series had 45W fast charging.. so that's damn good.. And I hope they would use the same rating..

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                  • 06 Dec 2019

                  johnpp, 06 Dec 2019probably same charging speed as the last gen 15WProbably you have no clue since Note 10 already has 25W, that charges almost the same as other 40W chargers, time to get educated.

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                    • niM
                    • 06 Dec 2019

                    Well, let's hope it doesn't explode :)

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                      • nxA
                      • 06 Dec 2019

                      If it's true, then Samsung lied to us about why Note10+ has no more than 4300 mAh...
                      If S11+ is going to be 6.9 inches, so it's only 0.1 inch bigger than Note10+ so they could have already fitted at least 4500 mAh in Note10+
                      BTW, it's going to take a lifetime to fully charge if its going to support only 25w fast charging.

                        probably same charging speed as the last gen 15W

                          2019: camera war
                          2020: battery war

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                            • Anonymous
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                            • 06 Dec 2019

                            And that is the price for remove the headphone jack? Other phones like the Zenfone 6, Mi Note 10, etc., have the jack with a 5000 mAh battery... If you remove that huge ugly hump with a buch of cameras this phones offers nothing more than other featureless phones.

                              I wonder how big the Note's battery later

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                                • 06 Dec 2019

                                Hole *bleep* finally! OwO

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                                  • Dh4
                                  • 06 Dec 2019

                                  This is not the 1st time that Samsung install a battery of this Size!!
                                  M20 . M30 , M30S & before these 3 phones The A9 Pro

                                  May be it is the 1st time a Samsung Flag ship has this Battery

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                                    • Anonymous
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                                    • 06 Dec 2019

                                    Good, but the most stupid things would be only US and China got to use SD 865 while the rest of the world stuck with Exynos. :/

                                      I wonder when Samsung will start using graphene tech for the battery.