Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S21 series on January 14. Although the company has not officially revealed the date, the trailer video released has been listed in one of its official YouTube channels.
Similarly, there are no printed renderings and specifications of these mobile phones. Now, a tipster suggests battery life improvements on the vanilla Galaxy S21.
If you don’t know, Samsung’s flagship smartphone series-Galaxy S and Galaxy Note have two different chipsets.
Countries like the United States and China usually use devices powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon, while the rest of the world uses phones powered by Exynos internally. Compared with the former, the latter variant is known for its heat dissipation, throttling and, most importantly, poor battery life.
In other words, this year’s Galaxy S21 series is said to be supported by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and the unreleased Exynos 2100 SoC.
Qualcomm chips have been officially listed, and even commercial smartphones (Mi 11) are using it. However, not much is known about Exynos 2100, which is expected to debut on January 12.
Prior to this, a Twitter user named Anthony (@TheGalox_) tweeted that the battery life of the Exynos 2100 present in the normal Galaxy S21 is about 25-35% longer than that of the Exynos 990-powered Galaxy S20.
Similarly, according to him, the battery life of the Snapdragon 888-powered Galaxy S21 is 15% longer than that of the Snapdragon 865-powered Snapdragon Galaxy S20.
Galaxy S21 with Snapdragon 888 has around 15% better battery life than the S20 series with Snapdragon 865+
Galaxy S21 with Exynos 2100 has about 25% – 35% better battery life than the S20 with Exynos.
Overall, big battery improvements.
— Anthony (@TheGalox_) December 29, 2020
In other words, according to the specification leak, although equipped with the same 4,000mAh battery, the battery life of both Galaxy S21s is longer than that of its predecessor.
In any case, this is only a hint from a random Twitter user, but the user is mostly accurate with his leaks. However, we still hope that you will give this information a little thought.