The system of the National Telecommunications Agency dawned today with news among Apple's documents: three batteries were approved by Anatel, all destined for the iPhone SE.
They are identified by codes 616-00106, 616-00107 and 616-00108.
Here is the Technical Compliance Certificate:
At the end of it, there is confirmation that the approved batteries are intended for the “cell phone model” A1723 as we predict, the same as for the Sprint operator in the United States.
The specifications of the batteries are identical to each other: 3.82V, 6.21Whr and 1,624mAh capacity, just as iFixit had already detailed in its disassembly.
The approval of the batteries still does not release the product as a whole for sale. Soon, the device (encompassing all its wireless connectivity: cell phone networks, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC) should paint on Anatel's systems.
THE revealed, a few days ago, the likely prices of the iPhone SE when it launches in Brazil.