The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ will be a downgrade on the S20 Ultra in one important aspect
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The Galaxy Note 20 phones are the next major item on Samsung's list and the past few weeks have seen more and more information revealed about the phones. It was recently revealed that the Note 20+ would feature a 108 MP camera and a periscope lens but without the S20 Ultra's "100x zoom". Apparently, that isn't the only thing it will miss out on either.
In an image shared by popular leakster Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note 20+ has now been certified. The major takeaway from the image, however, is the phone's listed battery capacity: 4370 mAh. Seeing how Samsung rates its battery—typical vs minimum—it's most likely that the Note 20+ will offer a 4500 mAh battery.
The S20 Ultra, in contrast, features a 5000 mAh battery, so this is a downgrade in physical capacity. On the other hand, Samsung is said to implement LTPO technology on the Note 20 for a variable refresh rate. That should improve the efficiency of the display over the S20 Ultra. The Note 20+ also needs to create space for the S-pen slot, so it makes sense that the battery is physically reduced, especially seeing as it'll likely have a similar footprint to the S20 Ultra.
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