- A new leak suggests that the Galaxy Note 20 will come with a 4,000 mAh battery inside.
- This would be an upgrade from 2019’s Galaxy Note 10 which featured a 3,500 mAh unit.
- The Galaxy Note 20+ is expected to break cover in August, although the company hasn’t provided much information on this front.
While most of the focus is on the Galaxy S20 right now, we’re already beginning to hear about the next big Samsung flagship launching this year, the Galaxy Note 20. As per GalaxyClub, the Galaxy Note 20 will sport a 4,000 mAh battery underneath.
Naturally, this has taken quite a few of us by surprise given that the most recent Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 5,000 mAh battery onboard. Keeping this in mind, we recommend you to take this report a grain of salt. However, this would be the same capacity as the entry-level galaxy s20 that launched alongside the Ultra variant earlier this year.
It’s worth noting that this report talks specifically about the entry-level Galaxy Note 20, and not the Galaxy Note 20+. Given that last year’s Galaxy Note 10 had a 3,500 mAh battery under the hood, this appears to be a fair upgrade. What this also tells us is that the Galaxy Note 20+ will sport a significantly higher battery capacity. Given that the Galaxy Note 20 lineup is expected to come with 5G support, a bigger battery may be necessary. The battery performance of the standard Galaxy Note 10 from 2019 was said to be below average in comparison to the Galaxy Note 10+.
While Samsung originally debuts its Galaxy Note flagship in August or September, there’s currently no clarification on that front, especially with several industries across the world halting production due to the coronavirus pandemic. Reports have suggested that industry rival Apple may seek to delay the launch of its 2020 iPhones due to delays in production and assembly.
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Source: GalaxyClub (Dutch)
Via: Android Community