One could think that Samsung is taking some rest after completing its 2020 flagship portfolio. Well, if a company is at the top of the market, it can never rest! Apart from the mid-range smartphones that are set to come in the coming months, the company already started the development and preparation of the upcoming Galaxy S21 trio. A couple of days ago, the Galaxy S21 Ultra had its 5,000mAh battery revealed by the TUV Rheinland certification. Now, the S21+ battery was spotted in the Safety Korea certificate.
According to the certification, the smartphone comes with a 4,660mAh rated battery capacity and a 4,800mAh typical capacity. This is slightly below the capacity available on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. But users probably will not feel a big disparity between these two smartphones’ battery life.
Interestingly enough, Safety Korea brings the last piece we needed to understand the battery life provided by the next year’s S21 smartphones. The Galaxy S21 was spotted on the 3C listing with a 3,800mAh rated capacity and a typical capacity of around 4,000mAh. So the battery life grows progressively from the vanilla to the high-end Ultra model.
The Galaxy S21 trio is still several months away. However, considering how early important details are leaking, we don’t think there’ll be many secrets until February 2021.
Galaxy S21 appeared on GeekBench
According to the GeekBench benchmark, the Galaxy S21 exynos2100 motherboard and the processor has an eight-core architecture. The small core frequency is 2.21GHz, and the GPU is the Mali-G78. But the benchmark entry did not disclose the specific operation of these cores. However, according to recent rumors, Exynos 1000 (the name is still uncertain) has a core configuration of 1+3+4. This simply means there is one main core, three performance cores, and four energy-saving cores.