Hints regarding Samsung’s 2021 flagships are looking unremarkable in terms of battery capacity. China’s telecom authority CCC has recently certified a pair of batteries that could belong to the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+. The two devices were identified as the EB-BG991ABY and EB-BG996ABY, respectively.
We recently learned about the Samsung Galaxy S21+ some weeks back and today’s 3C certificate adds more reality to the leak which pointed towards a cell with a rated capacity of 4660mAh. The EB-BG991ABY’s certification on the other hand reveals a 3880mAh rating, suggesting an average capacity of 4000mAh.
The Galaxy S20+ successor will deliver a more powerful upgrade with reference to ratings. However, it seems Samsung is still having a pending decision on the matter but will have an answer by the end of the year when more details of its new flagships emerge. The Galaxy S21/S30 series is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2021, hopefully by February. The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra were launched in February, 2020.