Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra battery detailed by 3C listing

Michail, 30 September 2020

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.

Galaxy S21 Ultra battery listing
Galaxy S21 Ultra battery listing

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.

Further reports have it the Galaxy S21 series will be powered by the Exynos 2100 chipset and support 65W charging.



Reader comments

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
  • YQJ

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.😂

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.

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