According to the latest rumors, the new Samauns Galaxy S11 smartphone line is due to be unveiled on February 18, anticipating the start of Mobile World Congress 2020.
Now a picture has come up that reveals (allegedly) the battery that will be integrated into the Samsung Galaxy S11e, revealing its possible capacity.
Samsung Galaxy S11e should be much longer than the Galaxy S10e
The battery featured in this photo reveals some details that make us believe it belongs to the Galaxy S11e. You can see the product code "G980", which matches the product code of Samsung's new smartphone series. All new models of the Galaxy S family will come with product code "SM-G98xx".
Although the battery capacity in "mAh" is not revealed, we see will have a capacity of 14.36 Wh. Through this value, we can know what your capacity should be in "mAh".
The lithium batteries present in smartphones have a voltage of 3.7 volts. Using these two values, we know that this battery will have a capacity of around 3,900mAh. That being said, the Galaxy S11e will bring incredible improvements in range over its predecessor. I recall that the Galaxy S10e has a modest 3,100mAh battery.
In addition to possible specification improvements that may require a larger battery, I remind you that all Galaxy S11s should come with 5G support. The new mobile networks also result in higher battery consumption and the battery capacity of smartphones needs to be increased.
It is important to remember that we are still very far from the Samsung Galaxy S11e presentation. Therefore, even if this is the battery you are currently using, it may change significantly until its release date.
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