The Samsung Galaxy Note20+, it will seem to have a problem with a 4,500 mAh battery, but what’s up with the (slightly) smaller Note20? Back in April, the word on the street by a 4000 mAh battery.
Now, however, it seems that Samsung has managed to squeeze a little more juice in Note20 to the cell. After digging through the China 3C certification, from the database, the operators SamMobile came up with the model number of the battery that is used in the Chinese version of Note20 is a LONG-BN980ABY. Oh, and it has a capacity of 4,300 mAh.
That is, it is a little better than what it was supposed to, and 5G-rise of the under world-where we are right now in life, in any capacity that matters, so to speak. This also means that the smaller Note20, the battery will not be in the size ranging from Note20+’s, which makes sense if you consider the fact that the first one will be expected to have a 6.7″ screen and the latest to go for 6.9″. That is, it is not the sheer size of delta, so it is not surprising, therefore, that the battery is a delta, it would also be small.
Both phones should be out around August, with a 120Hz Super AMOLED-Discounts-No-fencing, S Pen stylus, 16 GB of RAM, and the Exynos 992 or Snapdragon 865 chipset depending on the market. You should also expect to adopt charge of at least 25W, wireless charging, and the reverse has an image stabilizer to support it, of course. Oh, and there are no headphone jacks.