Industry sources said that two South Korean companies will use smaller modules to protect the batteries of upcoming phones, according to South Korean website The Elec.
This will allow the use of a more powerful battery without increasing the size of the phone.
It is not clear which Samsung and Apple phones the new parts will be used for, but it is certain that the upcoming iPhone and Samsung Galaxy phones are strong competitors.
Neither the official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy 11 expected in March 2020 nor the release of the iPhone 12 in September of that year was announced through official channels.
However, we can safely predict their development as well as the name and release date based on the model of previous Apple and Samsung releases.
According to The Elec, the battery module in the new phone will occupy half the space of its predecessor iPhone 11 Pro and Galaxy S10.
Battery protection modules ensure that your phone is not overcharged and they take up a significant portion of the space in your phone.
South Korean manufacturer ITM Semiconductor, which reportedly provides modules to both Samsung and Apple, has found a way to make the modules smaller.
They take up less space, so they can increase the battery capacity and thus increase the power of the phone.
As with any mobile rumor, we cannot guarantee that they are real, so try a bit of salt now.
We have to wait until next year when the phone comes out to know if there have been any changes to the battery module.
Sun has solicited opinions from Apple and Samsung.
There are rumors that Apple is preparing to completely redesign the iPhone 12.
First, they will obviously eliminate the "notch" on the front of the display.
Since launching the iPhone X in 2017, Apple has been highlighting a small notch at the top of the screen.
It is equipped with a selfie camera and scanner for the Face ID unlocking system, making Apple's front almost full screen.
However, Android competitors are increasingly removing this requirement completely, so Apple may follow suit.
One option is to reduce the size of the sensors so that they fit into the small bezels around the display.
Another solution is to embed the camera and sensors under the display, although doing so is expensive and difficult.
Another key change is the frame of the device-the iPhone 12 apparently has a square metal edge.
Apple has been using smooth and curved edges since the iPhone 6.
But previous phones (like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5) had square edges, which was very popular among fans.
Many hope that Apple will return to this more industrial design style with the iPhone 12.
We know more about the Samsung Galaxy S11 because it is much earlier than Apple's upcoming phone.