The Galaxy Note 20 line-up won’t be announced until later on this year but there have been news already about the high-end smartphone which especially is about one of it’s most crucial component…the battery capacity.
The older Note 10 features a 3,500 mAh battery upon release last year but now it’s 2020 successor will be getting a little bit of a bump up according to Galaxy Club which tip the device to come with a 4000mAh battery.
According to the blog, the Galaxy Note 20’s battery part will sport model code EB-BN980ABY which is rated with a 3,880 capacity so that’s like -20mAH of the 4000mAh cell coming with the device.
And you should note that the Galaxy Note 20 will come in a multiple series which means the higher the model, the bigger the battery because the bigger models have more components that makes it utilise much more larger battery.
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So let’s say the Note20+ could get a bump up to something about 4,500mAh just as we’ve seen with the likes of the Galaxy S20+ and even the S20 Ultra.
But elsewhere, based on a Geekbench report earlier on, the 5G model of the Note 20 is revealed to likely have specifications such as 8G of RAM as well as a Snapdragon 865+ chipset.
As said earlier, the August release will not fail even with the current pandemic even though the launching venue might be held virtually just as other companies have taken the social distancing measures serious.