Samsung Galaxy S21 to offer up to 35% more battery life than Galaxy S20
Galaxy S21 is said to come with the same 4,000mAh battery as its predecessor but offer more juice.
Samsung Galaxy S21 is tipped to offer up to 35% better battery life than its predecessor. The battery life improvement is also said to vary depending on the chipset. Galaxy S21 is expected to launch with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 and in-house Exynos 2100 chipsets.
The latest leak comes from tipster ‘The Galox' who suggests that the Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 888 will offer 15% more battery life than the Galaxy S20 with Snapdragon 865+. As for the Galaxy S21 with Exynos 2100, this one will offer between 25% and 35% more battery life than its Exynos-powered predecessor. The battery life improvement is commendable considering Galaxy S21 is rumoured to pack the same 4,000mAh battery as the Galaxy S20.
The Galaxy S21 series will also come with fast charging and wireless charging support. The other two models in Samsung's flagship series include the Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 Ultra. Rumours suggest the Galaxy S21 Plus will have a 4,660mAh battery, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with a 4,800mAh battery. Samsung might also go the Apple way and not include an in-box charger with the Galaxy S21 series.
Samsung is yet to announce the launch of the Galaxy S21 series but there have been multiple reliable leaks and reports around it. The Galaxy S21 smartphones will most likely launch on January 14 with their sales starting this month itself. Samsung is also expected to launch a new TWS, Galaxy Buds Pro, and its first smart tracker, Galaxy Smart Tag.
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