Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra battery detailed by 3C listing
Earlier this month, we saw a report about the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra’s battery and now we have more proof that it will indeed launch with a 4,855mAh cell. A recent certification from China’s 3C agency reveals the next Ultra flagship in Samsung’s lineup will carry a battery with the EB-BG998ABY model number which features a rated capacity of 4,855mAh. This will likely translate to a typical capacity of about 5,000 mAh.
The G998 digits in the listing reveal we’re indeed talking about the S21 Ultra here. Like the recent S21+ battery listing, the S21 Ultra’s cell will also be manufactured by Chinese-based, Ningde Amperex Technology. Other rumors about the Ultra claim it will come with an S Pen stylus, as Samsung plans to ditch the Note line all-together.
- 19 Oct 2020
yeah man exactly, that's the reason i skipped the note 20 ultra this year i want SD on board not exynos, samsung should considering if there's gonna be two models at least make ones with SNAPDRAGON !!
- Abdul wahaab
- 03 Oct 2020
Well I don't understand why Samsung all have exynos processor in their phones .But at least they have given a snapdragon processor in flagship mobiles ,well I will see how will this s21 end up.😂
- 02 Oct 2020
These components make the difference from S20 Plus and Ultra and will be the same for sure at S21 Ultra. Battery will be 5000 mah.