The battery specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S21 models have been revealed by certification bodies.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has only been released for a few weeks, but rumours have been surroaring about Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy S21. Now, some reliable information about the device has arrived, provided by China’s 3C certified database, which reveals the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus.

The battery specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S21 models have been revealed by certification bodies.

The Samsung Galaxy S21, modeled EB-BG991ABY, will use a 3880mAh battery, produced by Ningde New Energy, a well-known Chinese battery foundry, with a slight reduction in battery capacity compared to the 4000mAh of the Samsung Galaxy S20.

However, samsung’s Galaxy S21 Plus (EB-BG996ABY) will have a battery capacity of 4660mAh.

An additional Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra premium model is rumoured to be available, but the device is not included in the leaked information for the time being. The device is rumoured to support the S-Pen, which could mean the end of the Note family of devices.