Samsung Galaxy Note 20 spotted on 3C certification website
- Leak reports which have been published earlier have stated that the Note 20+ will be getting a massive 4500mAh battery
- The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ is expected to sport a 6.9-inch screen, while the Note 20 will feature a 6.7-inch screen
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has been in the news for some time now – churning out rumours and leaks left, right and centre. The Note 20 series will be the next big launch from the South Korean major. The Galaxy Note series has been known to get large displays, flagship chipsets, and the S-Pen. The Galaxy Note series usually brings with it bigger battery life enough to last for a day.
Earlier leak reports have hinted that the Note 20+ will be getting a massive 4500mAh battery. Also, other rumour reports have pointed to a 4000mAh battery unit. However, latest rumours have hinted that the Galaxy Note 20 may arrive with a bigger 4300mAh battery.
The specifications spotted on the Chinese 3C certification database, according to a report from SamMobile says that the Note 20 will sport a 4,300mAh battery. The battery model number for the Chinese version of the Galaxy Note is EB-BN980ABY.
The latest information signifies not a major change in respect to the earlier leaks but is certainly better than 4,000mAh. With 5G gradually gaining ground and services like data and GPS being frequently used and with bigger screens like on the Samsung Galaxy Note devices, bigger battery is always welcome. This year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ has been tipped to feature a 6.9-inch screen, while the Note 20 will get a 6.7-inch screen.
Also, the S-Pen stylus tucked neatly into Samsung’s Galaxy Note series devices are also charged by the phone’s battery. Both the Galaxy Note 20 smartphones are expected to launch in August and will be featuring 120Hz Super AMOLED displays, and 16GB RAM. They will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 992 chipset or the Snapdragon 865 SoC for the USA market. It is also expected that the phones will get at least 25W wired and some form of wireless and reverse wireless charging as well.