- Tram Ho
Recently, the YouTube channel XEETECHCARE has a battery life display between several flagship models on the market including Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, iPhone 11 Pro Max, Galaxy S20 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Oppo Find X2 Pro to see which machine is standing. longest after a series of challenges.
First of all let’s take a look at the battery capacity of each device. Specifically, the battery capacity is as follows: 4,500mAh, 3,969mAh, 5,000mAh, 4,510mAh and 4,260mAh.
The challenges given with these 5 smartphones include turning on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter for about 1 hour, playing mobile games
After the first challenge with Instagram, the biggest decrease in battery capacity belonged to Android smartphone models with a capacity of only 92%. Meanwhile, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is still up to 97%.
Next, after using with Facebook for about 1 hour, the battery capacity between the machines generally has a similar reduction. And iPhone 11 Pro Max still holds the advantage with 88% battery left. The remaining models range from 84-85% battery.
Then with the Twitter app. The results are not too surprising when the iPhone 11 Pro Max still leads with 83% battery remaining. Particularly, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra decreased the most when only 76% of the battery was left.
The second challenge is playing mobile games. Opening light game Temple Run. As a result, the battery on the iPhone 11 Pro Max shows signs of a faster drop. While Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a battery drop not too much, with only 4% battery and 72% battery left.
To a heavier game, PUBG Mobile, the battery capacity between machines has changed after about 45 minutes of gaming. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with 55% battery left, Galaxy S20 Ultra with 60% battery continues to chase iPhone 11 Pro Max with 65% battery. While the OnePlus 8 Pro saw a strong battery drop, only 53%. The reason may be that the OnePlus 8 Pro uses a 120Hz screen, so it consumes more battery.
The heaviest game is GTA. After about 30-35 minutes of gaming, all machines have a noticeable decrease in capacity and this is the time when machines with larger battery capacity come into play. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra now only 50% battery, iPhone 11 Pro Max is 55% battery and the lowest is OnePlus 8 Pro with 48% battery. Meanwhile, Galaxy S20 Ultra still has 59% battery left.
The third challenge that 5 machines continue to go through is watching YouTube videos within 2 hours. Not surprisingly, when the less capacity batteries like the iPhone 11 Pro Max or Oppo Find X2 Pro proved drowned. Specifically, Find X2 Pro only 28% battery and iPhone 11 Pro Max is 30% battery. Next is the Note 20 Ultra with 31% battery and the highest is the Galaxy S20 Ultra with 41% battery.
The fourth challenge is to perform the test with the Geekbench 5 benchmark tool, which is quite surprising when the iPhone 11 Pro Max has surpassed even though the Galaxy S20 Ultra is still leading thanks to its large battery advantage. As can be seen, the benchmark tests actually consume a lot of the Android smartphone’s battery capacity. At this time, the remaining 4 Android smartphone models only have 18-21% battery level while the iPhone 11 Pro Max is 28% battery.
And the final challenge is to enable 4K 30fps video recording on all 5 machines. The first loser was the Oppo Find X2 Pro, then the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy S20 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro and finally the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
iPhone 11 Pro is the last standing machine
To summarize, iPhone 11 Pro Max is the machine with the most “buffalo” on-screen time with 9h22 minutes. Next is the OnePlus 8 Pro with 8:37 minutes, Galaxy S20 Ultra at 8:28 minutes, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at 8:26 minutes and Oppo Find X2 Pro at 8:21 minutes.
So through this interesting battery test, it can be seen that despite the upgraded battery capacity and time-optimized algorithms, the new technologies also somewhat consume a lot of energy. Android flagships like the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, leading to them being unable to beat the iPhone even if it is an older version.
Refer to YouTube
Source : Genk