So the Galaxy S11 series will have significantly bigger batteries compared to its predecessor the Galaxy S10 series. According to information that’s available right now, here are the battery capacities of the Galaxy S11 series.
The S11e will have a 4000mAh battery, 4300 for the S11 and 5000mAh for the S11 Plus. These are significantly bigger when compared to the S10 series as you can see here. A lot of us were wondering how were they able to crank in such huge batteries in almost the same form factor.
Well, Thanks to the Korean media now we know why. You see, Samsung is using PMP tech for the batteries this time.PMP basically refers to Protection Module Packages which allows for a much tighter packaging of the battery cells compared to what Samsung is using for the Galaxy S10 models, whose packs still require a holder case.
With PMP tech they can shrink the size of the whole package by up to 57% which allows for bigger capacities in a smaller size. And that’s how Samsung was able to crank in bigger batteries with almost the same form factor. By the way, If you were wondering Samsung is still not using the graphene battery tech which will for sure revolutionize the smartphone and battery industry. With graphene tech, you can charge the phone 5 times faster and also it stores 45% more capacity in the same size.
For example, if the Galaxy Note 10+ had a graphene battery it could take only 13 minutes to charges from 0 to 100 and the battery capacity could have been 6235mAh without occupying any extra space which is really amazing. The last time we heard Samsung is hoping to release one handset with graphene tech as soon as next year or in 2021.
So Samsung trademarked the bright night sensor for the Galaxy S11. If you remember Samsung calls the camera night mode a bright night. So Samsung making a dedicated camera sensor for the bright night suggests that night photography is going to get better.
The camera codes of the OneUI 2 also showed that the S11 will be capable of doing video night mode so it now makes sense what is that 5th camera at the back is going to be. It could be a bright night sensor that will assist in night photography and videography. Of course, we can’t say that for sure but I guess we’ll find out soon enough. So when Onleaks released this first look of the Galaxy S11+ with a huge camera layout, Ice Universe tweeted out that the rendering is wrong.
The real handset will look beautiful than this. At that time he didn’t say exactly what part is wrong but he tweeted out a couple of days later showcasing the changes and if you were hoping it wouldn’t have this huge camera rectangle then you might get disappointed. Ice Universe says the Onleaks render doesn’t have a square lens for the periscope zoom camera.
Almost every handset with a periscope camera a square lens. The second error he points out is the lens arrangement. It won’t be this messy. The actual thing has a symmetrical camera layout, which is good but honestly, this is not what I was expecting when he said the real S11+ will look beautiful. Even with the corrections, it’s going to basically look the same as it’s looking right now.
Not really a fan of this design but I do hope this grows on us or at least it looks better in real life than what it is being portrayed here. Anyway, I’ll keep you updated with all the Galaxy S11 information so you can consider subscribing for that and as always I’ll see you