Samsung’s Galaxy S11 phones are reported to be getting a major upgrade for batteries, according to Samsung’s Twitter account Ice Universe.
With almost the end of the year, all the pending phones have been announced, and it’s time to look forward to next year’s devices.
Samsung’s next range of flagship smartphones may get much larger batteries, even for the smallest member of the Galaxy S11e lineup, which may include a 4,000 mAh battery.
Compared to the 3,100 mAh battery used in the current Galaxy S10e, the new battery capacity will be a nearly 30 percent improvement in total battery capacity.
For larger versions of the Galaxy S11, the leaks show that the Galaxy S11+ battery could be larger than 5,000 mAh, which would also be a very big jump from the current 4,100 mAh Galaxy S10 battery.
What’s more important than the extra capacity of the Galaxy S11 batteries is what Samsung can do with this extra power for batteries.
While phones such as OnePlus 7 Pro and Pixel 4 have acquired 90 Hertz displays in 2019, any of this year’s Samsung phones have screened at high refresh rates, although Samsung is responsible for making the panels for many of its competitors.
Samsung appears to be preparing to give galaxy S11 displays a kind of high refresh rate in 2020, thanks to its large batteries.
What might be even more exciting is the possibility that the tech giant will completely exceed the 90 Hz rate and jump directly to the 120 Hertz update rate if Samsung decides to move to a high screen update rate.
This would put galaxy S11 screens on par with those used by Apple on iPad Pro computers, although Apple relies on LCD screens instead of the OLED screens that Samsung will use on the Galaxy S11.
Another important use of the extra power of galaxy S11 batteries is that phones may support 5G networks.
Compared to 4G, 5G connectivity drains more battery power, which means that phone makers will need to take into account high power consumption for 5G devices.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ 5G currently features a 4,500 mAh battery, so moving to 5,000 mAh seems like a good step to prevent potential battery life concerns on next-generation devices.
Source: ait news