The S10 series from Samsung was quite a hit. Released earlier this year, it is safe to say the smartphones give great value for the money. Perhaps, today the smartphone race has stagnated to being about Camera quality, battery performance and sometimes display. Today we find huge battery sizes and yet the iPhone 11 Pro Max rules them all with excellent software integration.
Samsung hasn’t been much of a long lasting device. Holding a B+ grade battery, the phone does perform well but with its quad HD display on the premium models, it holds its own fairly okay throughout the day. But, to get its battery performance up, even Apple decided to beef up its devices. Samsung seems to be following the same tracks according to a recent article on Winfuture.
The article shows leaks from a Korean company that showcases a battery being shown around rule measures. The leaked photo shows the battery for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11e. They assume so by the model number which is similar to the one for S10e. According to this photo, the battery is sized at a whopping 4000mAh. This would mean, for the lower resolution screen, that it would really be a strong contender for the current champ, iPhone 11. This is quite apparent since the previous model, the S10e supported a 3100mAh battery. The leaks further suggest it would be a similar module to the Note 10. This is then implied that the bigger models of the S11 lineup would be having a 4300mAh battery and upwards for the Plus model. Perhaps as we close down to the launch time of the devices, we would know for sure.