Galaxy S21 It's Samsung's next smartphone, and the big launch will take place in mid-February after we recently witnessed the launch of the Note series - which includes the great phone: Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
And let's not forget Galaxy Z Fold 2, the wonderful revolutionary foldable phone that comes with a distinctive screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
From everything we have heard about the upcoming flagship phone so far, some of the technologies that the company will use in order to play into the hearts of the masses will certainly be in demand, from the most powerful processors to killer cameras to the support of 5G networks and super fast charging capacity, all of which raise the profile The intensity of anticipation and raise the ceiling of the challenge.
in alone Exclusive to our site, we recently spotted numbers for the Galaxy S21 series phones' certificates, which give us information on how much battery the devices will contain. These certifications don't mention smartphones by name, but the model numbers we know are related to them.
The base model that comes with model number EB-BG991ABY will have a 3,880mAh battery. S21 Plus It will come with a definitely better battery with a capacity of 4660 mAh.
It is noteworthy that Galaxy S20 It comes with a 4000mAh battery that tends to drain faster when using the most premium features like 120Hz refresh rate, so lowering the battery by 120mAh on the base S21 is a really strange and incomprehensible decision.
at the same time, Galaxy S20 Plus It features a 4,500mAh battery, which means that this year's version will get an upgrade of just 160mAh.
Samsung Galaxy S21 may settle the eternal battle
It's surprising to see the capacity drop in the base Galaxy S21 model, but since we don't know the phone's size or features, that might make sense when we see the specs.
Looking at the list of many features that are expected in this series, such as the camera under the screen - the technology we saw in action Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra The increased battery capacity is what we were expecting, which we can actually see in the S21 Plus.
Apple's iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max both have a battery capacity of 3,046 and 3,969 respectively, while the base iPhone 11 model has a battery size of 3,110 mAh, so it looks like Samsung will win over iPhone 12 Unless the American tech giant ups the ante by using a 120Hz refresh rate display and at the same time significantly developing the battery in order to be able to support the improved displays.