The Samsung Galaxy Note10 launched last year came with a 3,500 mAh battery, and according to a report by Galaxy Club, its successor – the Note20 – will pack a larger cell.
The Dutch blog claims that Galaxy Note20’s battery part sports model code EB-BN980ABY, that has a rated capacity of 3,880 mAh, meaning a typical capacity of around 4,000 mAh. That’s the same size as Galaxy S20’s battery.
With the regular Note20 getting a larger battery, we assume the Note20+ will also pack a bigger cell, which might be a 4,500 mAh unit like the S20+ or 5,000 mAh like the S20 Ultra.
Details are scarce about the Note20 series right now, but the 5G version of Plus model visited Geekbench earlier this month, revealing a few specs in the process: Android 10, 8GB RAM, and what’s likely the Snapdragon 865+ SoC.
The Galaxy Note20 lineup is said to be announced in August despite the COVID-19 pandemic, but Samsung may opt for an online event for the unveiling instead of an actual on-ground event.