We heard last week that the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+ could both have bigger screens that the Note 10 and Note 10+, and now some more spec details on Samsung's next big thing have leaked out.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ might feature a 4500mAh battery. That's according to Galaxy Club, who claims that the non-Plus version of the Galaxy Note 20 will have a 4000mAh battery.
To compare, last year's Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10 batteries are 4300mAh and 3500mAh, respectively.
It's always good to see battery sizes increase because for many people, battery life is one of the most important features of a phone. And with the Note 20+ and Note 20 both rumored to be getting bigger screens, plus with the Note 20+ expected to get a 120Hz refresh rate as well, having bigger batteries in them will help to counter extra battery usage that those features will have.
A separate report from Galaxy Club claims that the Note 20+ will have a 108MP camera sensor. Samsung used a 108MP camera in the Galaxy S20 Ultra that it launched earlier this year, but it's not known if this is the exact same sensor that'll be in the Note 20+.