Samsung Galaxy S21+ will pack a 4,800 mAh battery

Michail, 23 September 2020

Samsung isn’t expected to release its S21 series until February but the first details about the phones are already coming in. Earlier this month we saw a post about the S21 and S21+ batteries and now we have more details for the former as its was spotted in a Safety Korea listing bearing the same EB-BG996ABY model number.

Samsung Galaxy S21+ battery and certification Samsung Galaxy S21+ battery and certification
Samsung Galaxy S21+ battery and certification

We also have a picture of the actual cell this time which reveals a typical capacity of 4,800 mAh. Previously we knew the 4,660 mAh rated capacity from 3C certification. The new listing also confirms Chinese manufacturer Ningde Amperex Technology will provide the batteries for the upcoming Galaxy S-series phones.

Source (in Korean) | Via


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  • Anonymous

What, the amount most modern-day Android flagships offer isn't big enough for you? If they added a big-ass battery in it, most people wouldn't upgrade for, at the very least, 4 years, lol. If you haven't figured it out already, top-tie...

  • Anonymous

Exaggeration much? I think you'll find most people are quite happy with their flagship Galaxies.

  • Anonymous

That's because those two cheap Chinese brands are targetted to people in countries like India where they use one electronic device only for all their needs, and it's usually a basic low-end or mid-range smartphone with a big-ass battery in ...

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