The channel Mrwhosetheboss did a massive battery test between 5 different phones. These were the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. We're talking about the top 5 mobile phones from the top 3 mobile phone sellers today. See the video.
The tests are done in several phases, the first being normal app opening. Next is a content viewing, video recording, games test and a pass through the AnTuTu test platform.
Galaxy Note 10+ was a clear loser
The first phone to reach 0% battery with just over 5 hours was the iPhone 11, with a 3046 mAh battery. Let's face it, nobody expected this phone to break records so it's no surprise.
The surprise is to see the Galaxy Note 10+ reach 0% in 6 hours and 30 minutes, falling behind the iPhone 11 Pro, Pro Max and Mate 30 Pro. With a 4300 mAh battery, more autonomy was expected considering the competition.
It is important to note that the Super AMOLED screen is clearly a factor in the Note 10+ battery drain. Even so, Samsung needs to make some optimizations to improve its range.
Mate 30 Pro again demonstrated good autonomy
Huawei phones are not usually disappointed when it comes to autonomy. The Mate 30 Pro is no exception with its 4500 mAh battery. The new flagship of the Chinese giant lasted 8 hours and 12 minutes, a very positive duration. However, oddly enough, he was not the winner of the test.
The champion was the iPhone 11 Pro Max
Watching the video, few expected the iPhones to surprise. I want to mention the iPhone 11 Pro that came third in the east, only defeated by the Mate 30 Pro.
However, the winner without a doubt was the iPhone 11 Pro Max with 8 hours and 30 minutes of autonomy. With a 3969 mAh battery, this is a surprise. This shows that Apple has achieved an excellent combination of processor, battery capacity and software management to achieve such numbers.
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