Galaxy S20 and S20+
Even though we’re most likely still at least five months or so away from the official announcement of Samsung‘s next ultra-high-end smartphone roster, this is already making one headline after another.
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
On the bright side, it looks like the unremarkable 4,500mAh juicer under the Note 20 Ultra 5G’s hood will be upgraded to 5,000mAh capacity on the S21 Ultra 5G. Well, technically, we’re dealing with a rated battery capacity of 4,855mAh here, which just so happens to be identical to the corresponding figure for the S20 Ultra 5G, resulting in a typical (aka advertised) size of 5,000mAh.
The Galaxy S21+ (S30+) is already shaping up like the most interesting model of the three
Galaxy S20 Ultra
Of course, the S21 Ultra is expected to offer a number of other advantages over its little brothers as well, starting with not one but two rear-facing telephoto shooters, the latest of which should replace the largely useless 3D Time-of-Flight sensor on the back of the S20 Ultra.