The Samsung Galaxy Note20+ will use a 4,500mAh battery, as per the latest leak. That's an increase from the Galaxy Note10+' 4,300mAh battery but not the size-match for the 5,000mAh inside the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G some might have been hoping for.
The battery has the product code EB-BN985ABY (SM-N985 being the Galaxy Note20+' likely product name) with a rated capacity of 4,370mAh and a typical capacity of 4,500mAh. That's the same battery that powers the Samsung Galaxy S20+. That one managed 87 hours of endurance at 120Hz refresh rate and 97 hours at 60Hz in our tests.
The Galaxy Note20+ will also have a 108MP main camera sensor. It's not clear whether it will be an identical sensor to the Galaxy S20 Ultra or a modified version. Additionally, sources claim the Galaxy Note20+ won't get the periscope zoom camera of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but rather the 68MP hybrid zoom sensor, found in the Galaxy S20/S20+.
Last month Galaxy Club discovered the expected battery capacity of the Galaxy Note20, the smaller upcoming Note device. It will be 4,000mAh, matching the smaller Galaxy S20.