The iPhone was never a reference in terms of battery life; In fact, Apple has been kicking the ball in recent years over this detail, delivering not only a shorter time away from the sockets when compared to the competition but also a much longer plugged in time – especially by including only 5W chargers in the box. .
With the launch of the iPhone XS Max (see our review here ) Apple has promised even longer battery life, thanks to the Apple A12 Bionic chip and its better charge management, along with the 3174 mAh internal module of the device. of capacity.
The latest competitor for the top-notch Apple model, Note 10 Plus (which recently landed in Brazil ), however, has a much higher load of 4300 mAh – but it is also larger and with higher resolution, which may end up being detrimental to battery life.
After both face off on a speed test, which one lasts the longest away from the shots? To remedy this doubt, PhoneBuff’s YouTube channel has made a comparison, which you can watch next:
As you can see in the video, several usage simulations have been made, but the Note 10 Plus has almost always been ahead of the iPhone, with an average difference of 8% more.
But towards the end, the distance between the two models widened further, growing to 13% – the “thump” was felt after a brief stimulation with games.
Finally, the iPhone completely discharged while the Galaxy Note 10 Plus was still at 16% battery life, proving that despite its larger screen and higher resolution, extra battery capacity definitely came as a differential.