The iPhone 11 Pro Max launched in September 2019 and remains Apple’s latest premium smartphone. It is therefore not surprising that it is used in comparisons with the latest Android range tops. And in a battery test, he beat Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The test was carried out by the Youtube channel PhoneBuff and, surprisingly or not, it was the iPhone 11 Pro Max that got the better of it. However, it should be noted that the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a 120Hz refresh rate, which was maintained during the test.

iPhone 11 Pro Max has 3969mAh battery. 5000mAh Galaxy S20 Ultra

Although the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 3969mAh battery, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5000mAh, it was Apple’s equipment that won the day. The only difference is that it stays at the 60Hz update rate.

For the test, an hour-long call was made, writing, email and also browsing social networks. In addition, both were tested with a standby mode for 16 hours. After being tested on Youtube, a gaming session ended up sacrificing the Galaxy S20 Ultra more because it was using 120Hz.

At the end of the day, the equipment with the smallest battery wins, but has half the update rate. The youtuber promised to do the test in which both are at 60Hz, and at that time the result may be different.

Whether or not to use a refresh rate above 60Hz will always be a decision to make, taking into account your needs. You will notice greater fluidity when navigating the interface and scrolling, and in gaming there are still few games that take full advantage of these numbers. At the end of the day, the difference in the battery level can outweigh the difference in fluidity.

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