Samsung Galaxy Note20+ to have a 4,500mAh battery, 108MP camera
The Samsung Galaxy Note20+ will use a 4,500mAh battery, as per the latest leak. That's an increase from the Galaxy Note10+' 4,300mAh battery but not the size-match for the 5,000mAh inside the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G some might have been hoping for.
The battery has the product code EB-BN985ABY (SM-N985 being the Galaxy Note20+' likely product name) with a rated capacity of 4,370mAh and a typical capacity of 4,500mAh. That's the same battery that powers the Samsung Galaxy S20+. That one managed 87 hours of endurance at 120Hz refresh rate and 97 hours at 60Hz in our tests.
The Galaxy Note20+ will also have a 108MP main camera sensor. It's not clear whether it will be an identical sensor to the Galaxy S20 Ultra or a modified version. Additionally, sources claim the Galaxy Note20+ won't get the periscope zoom camera of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but rather the 68MP hybrid zoom sensor, found in the Galaxy S20/S20+.
Last month Galaxy Club discovered the expected battery capacity of the Galaxy Note20, the smaller upcoming Note device. It will be 4,000mAh, matching the smaller Galaxy S20.
Will need ir blaster on the note 20
- 29 May 2020
Another hole puncher phone, 4500mAh = no buy
- 21 May 2020
I just feel like making a frankenstein conjoined triplet Galaxy Note4 / Note9 / Note10+ device - who's with me?
- 20 May 2020