It's still months away from next year's MWC, but specs and features belonging to Samsung's upcoming smartphones have already been leaked on the internet. Now, a new leak coming from a South Korean certification database reveals that the Galaxy S11 Plus will feature a battery huge enough to power the device's advanced display.

According to a listing found on the SafetyKorea South Korean certification database (first spotted by Dutch-speaking site Galaxy Club), the SM-G988 smartphone, understood to be the Galaxy S11 Plus, will have a 5,000 mAh battery. A photo included with the listing reveals that the battery has a typical capacity of 5,000 mAh, but it has a rated capacity of 4,855 mAh.

If the leak is accurate, this will be the largest battery on any Samsung Galaxy S or Note series smartphone yet, XDA Developers noted. The batteries on the Galaxy S10 Plus and Note 10 Plus are smaller at 4,100 mAh and 4,300 mAh, respectively. The Galaxy S11 Plus's battery, however, is still smaller compared to the 6,000 mAh battery on the Galaxy M30s.

The 5,000 mAh battery on the Galaxy S11 Plus, manufactured by Samsung SDI in Vietnam, signals a change in the Korean tech giant's marketing strategy. The company previously advertised battery sizes based on rated capacity. This time, the company used the battery's typical capacity instead.

The Galaxy S11 Plus's huge battery is expected to power a 6.9-inch AMOLED display which likely has a 120Hz refresh rate, XDA Developers also noted. The feature is expected to arrive on the upcoming flagship because clues or traces pointing to its existence were present in the One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy Note 9.

Previous reports revealed that the 6.9-inch curved display will have a punch hole at the center for one camera, similar to how Samsung did it with the Note 10 series. An under-display fingerprint reader might also be present.

As per renders, the device might feature up to five cameras at the back, all of them placed within a camera module at the top left side. The device is said to feature Samsung's 108MP camera, a Time-of-Flight sensor, and a sensor that has laser autofocus. It is also expected to feature a Bright Night sensor dedicated for low-light photography.

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