If reports doing the rounds online suggest Samsung’s much-awaited Galaxy Note 20+ will be backed by a 4,500mAh battery, but details about the slightly smaller Galaxy Note 20 were scarce, until last month.
In April, reports were claiming that the Galaxy Note 20 will draw its juices from a 4,000 mAh battery, but it looks like Samsung has decided to pack a little more juice into the impending phone’s cell. After investigation, the Chinese 3C’s certification database, SamMobile’s resourceful team found the model number of the battery that will come inside the Chinese version of the Galaxy 20.
According to their research, the Galaxy Note 20 will have a battery with a model number EB-BN980ABY and it will have a capacity of 4,300 mAh. In other words, the phone will have a marginally better battery than earlier reports indicated.
Aside from that, this also suggests the Galaxy Note 20’s battery will not be too far in terms of size the from battery inside the larger Galaxy Note 20, which is quite understandable given that the former will reportedly sport a 6.7-inch display, while the latter will feature a 6.9-inch screen. That’s not a significant difference, so it is hardly surprising that the battery variation is similarly small. The Galaxy Note 20, as well as the Note 20+, is slated to hit the store shelves in Aug. this year.
The phone will sport 120Hz Super AMOLED Infinity-O screens and come with S Pen stylus. They will ship with 16GB of RAM and pack an Exynos 992 or Snapdragon 865 processor under the hood, based on the market. Moreover, it is likely to support 25W, wireless charging.