Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra to be Powered by a 5000mAh Battery, TUV Rheinland Certification Reveals

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra expected to replace the Galaxy Note series.


It seems Samsung is gearing up to launch its new flagship Galaxy S series smartphones soon. We have already seen a lot of rumours and specifications about the Galaxy S21 series. Amid numerous leaks about the upcoming smartphones, we have now spotted the alleged Galaxy S21 Ultra on the TUV Rheinland listing. The flagship handset is listed with a model number SM-G998 and revealed the battery specifications of the phone.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Battery (EB-BG998ABY)

According to the TUV Rheinland listing, the upcoming Galaxy S21 Ultra will be fuelled by a 4855mAh is rated capacity and 5000mAh is typical capacity non-removable Li-ion battery.  The Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ were recently listed on 3C certification where we have noticed the Samsung Galaxy S21+ listed with model number EB-BG996ABY (SM-G996) and the vanilla Galaxy S21 is spotted with model number EB-BG991ABY (SM-G991).

The 3C listing suggests that the Galaxy S21 is going to be fuelled by a 3,880mAh rated capacity and Galaxy S21 Plus packs a 4,660mAh battery. The listing also suggests that both the batteries are not manufactured by Samsung. The batteries belong to Ningde Amperex Technology Limited, which is a China-based company.

Earlier leaks also suggest that the alleged Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra could be launch with an under-display selfie camera setup. The company is planning to eliminate the notch tradition with the introduction of the in-display camera sensor.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Battery (EB-BG998ABY) TUV TUV Rheinland

Rumours also suggest that Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy S21 Ultra with an S Pen. According to Ishan Agarwal, the company might end the Note series and replace it with the Galaxy Z Fold series. Samsung is currently capable of manufacturing 600,000 foldable displays per month. The company is reportedly aiming to hike the production by the end of 2020.

So far we have only this much information about the upcoming flagship smartphone, but we recommend you to take this piece of information with the pinch of salt. We can expect more information about the Galaxy S21 series as we move closer to the launch.