Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Plus is expected to have a 4500 mAh battery, but what about the (slightly smaller) Note20? Back in April, the industry reported that it would be equipped with a 4000 mAh battery. But now it seems Samsung has managed to “put” more power into the Note20’s batteries. The recent domestic 3C certification database shows that the battery model used in the Note20 is EB-BN980ABY. It’s worth noting that its battery capacity is 4300 mAh.
This is a surprise, and means that the capacity of the smaller Note20 battery will not be too far away from the Note20 Plus, which is not surprising given that the screen is estimated to be 6.7 inches, while the latter has a screen of 6.9 inches, so it’s not surprising that the battery changeist is equally small.
Both phones will be available around August, with a 120Hz Super AMOLED Infinity-O screen, S Pen stylus, 16GB of RAM and Exynos 992 or Snapdragon 865 chipsets, depending on the market version. In addition, the Galaxy Note20 Series is expected to support wired charging of at least 25W, as well as wireless charging and reverse wireless charging.