Samsung’s latest flagshipJust around the corner, with . We are expecting to see three different variants of phones in different sizes, each of which will have different battery sizes.
The base S21 is expected to have a 4,000-mAh battery powering its 6.2-inch screen. The S21 Plus will likely increase the size to 6.7 inches, and doing so will move the higher-capacity 4,800-mAh battery inside. The S21 Ultra will be the largest of the three at 6.8 inches and packs a 5,000 mAh battery.
This is very much in line with the battery sizes used on the S20 series: the base model has a 4,000-mAh cell and the S20 Ultra up to 5,000 mAh. When we talk of battery life, we expect similar performance. You probably won’t struggle to get through a day with careful use, but there will be video streaming for ages and the possibility of taking lots of photos and videos, meaning you’ll have to recharge in the evening. As always, we will be putting the phone through our normal battery test when we catch them.
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