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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Might Arrive With a 4,000mAh Battery

News about the battery capacity of the upcoming Samsung Note 20 series emerged. If such a thing turns out to be accurate, users might witness the release of a significant upgrade from 2019’s Galaxy Note 10.

Galaxy Note 20 is expected to arrive somewhere in August, but Samsung didn’t offer any information. As the previous installment got a 3,500mAh battery capacity, it could be nice to see a little change. Users anticipate, however, a more reliable and powerful Note handset. They’ve got plenty of reasons to believe that, especially after some leaks made the rounds on the Internet.

Galaxy Note 20 Rumored Baterry Specs

While some focus on the Galaxy S20 handset right now, rumors about the next series of Galaxy Note is creating quite the buzz among fans. The GalaxyClub reports that the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 will arrive with a 4,000mAh battery. In a way, such detail isn’t as surprising as you might expect it to be. If you didn’t know, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is already being shipped with a 5,000mAh battery capacity.

Also, the entry-level Galaxy S20 that was released alongside the Ultra model previously this year has the same battery size. So, keeping this in mind, you can take the GalaxyClub’s report with a grain of salt.

More About Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Notably, the report talks about the entry-level Galaxy Note 20. We can expect a different scenario for the other variant, the Galaxy Note 20+. According to last year’s upgrades, Samsung equipped Galaxy Note 10 with a 3,500mAh battery – meaning that the Galaxy Note 20 + might witness higher upgrades under the hood.

What are the chances for the report to turn out accurate? Well, as long as Samsung decided to stay silent, we can only hope for the best to happen. But, given the promised 5G technology on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 smartphones, a larger battery is a must.



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