Samsung Galaxy Note, 20+ display: LTPO and battery 4500 mAh @BitFeedCo.

Smartphones of the Galaxy line Samsung Notes have always been characterized for offering an experience of use particularly oriented to the art and business thanks to the S Pen, circling all the specifications at the top, and the large lcd display. Although this will be retained with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Samsung Galaxy Notes 20+, it seems that the battery this may a bit disappoint.

The colleagues of GalaxyClub have found information on the alleged battery pack of the Galaxy Note 20, referred to as model number EB-BN980ABY. It would have a capacity of 4000 mAh, against the 3500mAh model Notes 10. However, the increase in the capacity of the battery may not be reflected on the Samsung Galaxy Note, 20+.

In this case, it was found that the battery has the model number EB-BN985ABY (the battery of Note 10+, it is indicated with this sequence of letters, but with a number of 972), and the rated capacity is 4500 mAh. If it were confirmed, it would be a shame considering that the S20 Ultra has a 5000 mAh battery.

We should not despair, however, since it says that the Galaxy Notes, 20 Notes and 20+ will come with a display equipped with technology LTPO (the same technology used in the latest model of the Apple Watch) can be very flexible in adapting the update frequency based on the type of use. In practice, during the use of the smartphone with apps that don’t require a high refresh rate (the vision of video at 30 or 60 fps, or the viewing of images in the gallery), the display may limit the number of times that updates every second, thus reducing the energy consumption.

This and the possible SoC of new generation could mean that the autonomy of the battery of 4500 mAh will be similar to that of S20 Ultra that has a more capacious battery.

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Samsung Galaxy Note, 20+ display: LTPO and battery 4500 mAh @BitFeedCo.