Galaxy S11e's Battery Capacitity Revealed To Increase By 20 Percent
Karamchand Rameshwar - Nov 08, 2019
Galaxy S11e, which is expected to be the most affordable model in the upcoming Galaxy S11, will have a 20 percent larger battery than the Galaxy S10e.
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It is getting closer to the end of 2019. It is the time when Samsung must prepare for the launch of the flagship Galaxy S11 smartphone, which will traditionally be launched in February next year. This is also the time when a lot of information leaked around the Galaxy S11 begins to surface. Galaxy S11e is one of the models that is expected to be available in the upcoming Galaxy S11 series.
SafetyKorea has just announced a battery certificate with model number EB-BG980ABY, meaning that the battery is used inside a smartphone with a G980 model number. The Galaxy S10e has the model number of SM-G970, so logically the Galaxy S11e will have a model number of SM-G980.
Besides, there is a photo of the battery, although the image quality is quite poor but can still see the basic parameters such as 14.36 Wh and 3.85V. Therefore the capacity of this battery is 3,730 mAh.
The official battery capacity announced by the manufacturer in the future might be 3,800 mAh or 3,900 mAh. With the Galaxy S10e having a capacity of 3,100 mAh, this new battery will come with up to 20 percent increase in battery capacity. Therefore, Galaxy S11 and S11+ will also likely own a larger battery. The design of the battery has also changed, the Galaxy S10e has a rectangular battery while the Galaxy S11e's battery is in square shape.
Equipping a larger battery could suggest that the Galaxy S11 will support the 5G network and the 90Hz screen, both of which are battery-draining. It is also in line with previously leaked sources, that suggested all Galaxy S11 versions to be 5G enabled. Aside from that, the company is also tipped to launch the Galaxy S10 Lite, which was recently confirmed to pack a large 4,500 mAh battery.