Samsung is all set to launch its upcoming Galaxy S11 flagship series soon. So far, we have received reports that suggest that there will be at least three devices in the lineup – the standard Samsung Galaxy S11, a Lite variant dubbed the Samsung Galaxy S11e, and a Pro variant dubbed the Samsung Galaxy S11+. Now, the Samsung Galaxy S11+ has hit the 3C certification website which reveals some key elements about the charging speed of the device.
Samsung Galaxy S11+ receives the 3C certification
As seen in the 3C certification image, the Samsung Galaxy S11+ (with the model number SM-G9880) will come with 25W of fast charging. Other than this, the certification does not reveal much about the device. That said, the previous reports suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S11+ will feature a big 5,000mAh battery.
Moving on, GSMArena caught the device bearing an almost identical model number (SM-G986) a little while ago on the Geekbench database. The device scored 427 in the single-core test and 2,326 in the multi-core test. Furthermore, the Geekbench listing has also confirmed that the device will run on Android 10 out of the box, and will run on an octa-core, 1.95GHz, Exynos 9830 chipset. As far as the cameras are concerned, we have already received reports that suggest that the device will feature a 108MP primary camera and will have support for 8K video recording. A little while ago, the Samsung Galaxy S11 also appeared on the 3C certification website. To know more about that, you can head to our previous coverage of the same.
As of now, little is known about the Samsung Galaxy S11+, but we are sure to get more information on the same in the coming days.
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