Samsung is reportedly working on the next-generation of the flagship series, the Galaxy S11, which will be unveiled next year. Now, new information about the battery capacity of the Galaxy S11e has emerged online.
The Galaxy S11e battery has been certified in Korea and popular tipster Ice Universe also revealed a comparison of the battery of the upcoming smartphone with the rest of the flagship smartphone. The battery comes with product code EB-BG980ABY. This also reveals that the upcoming smartphone might come with model number SM-G980 as its predecessor, Galaxy S10e sports SM-G970 model number.
Furthermore, the certification further reveals that it comes with a rated capacity of 14.36Wh and a standard voltage of 3.85V. This means that the Galaxy S11e could feature around 3,800mAh battery, which is an improvement as compared to the 3,100mAh battery of the Galaxy S10e.
Additionally, the shape of the battery is square, which could also mean that the motherboard design of the new smartphone will be different from its predecessor. The larger battery backup could also mean that Samsung is finally planning to add 90Hz display on its smartphones along with 5G connectivity.
Previously, the Galaxy S11 is reported to be powered by the yet-to-be-announced Exynos 9830 and Snapdragon 865 chipsets depending on the regions it’s launched in. This means that Samsung is working on the Exynos 9830 as the successor to the Exynos 9825 chipset which was present on the Galaxy Note 10.