Earlier today we got some details on the Galaxy S11 camera setup, which is expected to include a 108MP main camera and 5x optical zoom. Now details on the battery size of Samsung's next flagship have surfaced, too.
The Samsung Galaxy S11+ will reportedly include a 5000mAh battery. That's according to well-known leaker Ice universe, who shared a photo of a Samsung battery from the database of Safety Korea, an agency that monitors consumer product safety in South Korea.
That's the same entity that may have leaked the size of the Galaxy S11 battery last month. It's rumored that the Galaxy S11e could have a 3730mAh battery while the standard S11 could have a 4300mAh battery.
This year's Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a 4100mAh battery, so putting a 5000mAh battery into the Galaxy S11+ would be a massive upgrade. Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy S11 series in February, but considering that they're some of the most hotly anticipated phones of 2020, we're sure to hear more about them before then.