The Samsung Galaxy S10 family has proven to be up to speed in multimedia and performance, although, for another year, they have continued to be the leaders in terms of autonomy. The low amperage in the 'e' model is one of the main problems to be corrected in future generations, and the rumors suggest that this will be the case.
Both Roland Quant and Ice Universe have spoken about the capabilities that the next generation Galaxy will have, rumored significant increases at the level of milliamps, thanks in part to the new construction that these battery modules will have.
Milliamps party at the Galaxy S
The S11e battery capacity may reach 4000mAh. From the battery shape, the S11e battery is close to square, which is completely different from the S10e long battery, but similar to the Note10 battery, which means that the S11e internal motherboard design changes. pic.twitter.com/SvoBT3AZXu
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 7, 2019
Ice Universe published a few days ago information about the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S11e, the smallest model of the next generation Galaxy. Account that The battery will feature a new square design, instead of being as elongated as in the Samsung Galaxy S10e. With this configuration a new motherboard, the battery could go up to 4,000 mAh, a capacity far superior to the 3,100 mAh with which its predecessor has.
Winfuture would corroborate the 4,000 mAh for the S11e model, and points out that the S11 will also have a much larger battery than the previous model
The rumor remained on the table, until Winfuture has published fanning the flame of milliamps again. Specific, the new information would come to confirm the 4,000 mAh battery for the S11e, when said module has been filtered, corresponding to the EB-BG970 nomenclature.
Similarly, according to this information, also there would be a big jump in battery for the Samsung Galaxy S11, which would inherit the 4,300 mAh of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. Taking into account that the S10 has 3,400 mAh, we would face another 900 mAh jump, quite considerable.
Via | Winfuture