Not so long ago we published a comparison of the performance of the iPhone XS Max and Galaxy S10+ in synthetic tests, and then in real usage scenarios. It’s time to talk about another important aspect of autonomy. To find out which smartphones will perform better all decided, the journalists resource, Tom’s Guide. Let’s find out what happened.
Before the test, briefly outline the characteristics of the batteries of the smartphones:
- The iPhone XS is the Max battery capacity mAh 3174;
- The Samsung Galaxy S10+ installed battery capacity of 4100 mAh.
Both devices run on the latest processors, built for 7-nm process technology that ensure their high efficiency.
Testing methodology was the following: both the smartphone used in the mode of web surfing. The brightness of the screens was set at 150 nits. To access the Internet were involved in mobile network LTE. The test results were as follows:
It turned out that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ in terms of autonomy not only ahead of iPhone XS Max, but all Android smartphones. Smartphone the South Korean giant stayed in browser mode, 12 hours and 35 minutes. The flagship Apple, alas, to boast of something like this could not – the result is 10 hours and 38 minutes.
Experts Tom’s Guide also touched on another important aspect – the speed of charging smartphones. Experts have tested and found out that the Galaxy S10+ charges from 0 to 100 percent in 100 minutes, while the iPhone XS Max can be fully charged in only 3.5 hours. By the way, fast charging does not help the situation – smartphone Apple remains the underdog in this test.