Samsung Galaxy S21 battery performance has been tipped to beef up over the Galaxy S20. The new flagship mannequin is speculated to come in Snapdragon and Exynos variants (just like its predecessors) and both variants are tipped to receive remarkable improvement in battery life. Then again, an earlier tipster had suggested that the Galaxy S21 — expected to be a part of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series at the side of Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra — would have a similar battery (mAh) capacity as the Galaxy S20 so it looks like this can be a case of better battery optimisation, moderately than a bigger battery in the phone. Samsung could also be expected to offer fast wired and wireless charging strengthen on the Samsung Galaxy S21.
A YouTuber, who is to be had on Twitter with username @TheGalox_, has suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S21 running on Samsung’s Exynos 2100 SoC would deliver between 25 to 35 percent better battery life over the Exynos 990-powered Galaxy S20. Meantime, he said the Snapdragon 888 SoC variant of the Galaxy S21 has around 15 percent better battery life than the Galaxy S20 powered by the Snapdragon 865.
Which means the Galaxy S21 — regardless of the chipset — could get an average improvement of 20 percent in battery life over the Galaxy S20. Then again, an earlier outline suggested that the Galaxy S21 will have the same 4,000mAh battery capacity as its predecessor.
This suggests that Samsung may use some software-based improvements to make stronger battery life on the new mannequin. The improvement could also mainly be in place because of the improved power efficiency of the new chipsets.
Qualcomm underlined Snapdragon 888 SoC’s superior power efficiency while launching it final month. The Adreno 660 GPU, which is an integrated a part of the Snapdragon 888, could also be touted to deliver 20 percent better power efficiency in comparison to the preceding generation GPU. We are, on the other hand, yet to see what Samsung has to say for its Exynos 2100 SoC that is yet to debut out there.
Some recent reports suggested that the steady Samsung Galaxy S21 — alongside the Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra — will come without an in-box charger. The upcoming flagship phone could also be tipped to strengthen fast charging.
As Samsung is yet to make an official announcement approximately the Galaxy S21 series, it is secure to take the rumoured battery life details with some scepticism. That said, the launch of the Galaxy S21 series is expected on January 14, so we will be able to expect some more rumours and leaks surfacing online in the run-up to the launch.
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