Last week, the folks over at PhoneBuff shared the results of their latest drop test between Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ and Apple’s iPhone XS Max to see which smartphone is more durable and today, they have uploaded a new video on YouTube that compares the battery life of the two flagship smartphones.
In order to find out which of the two smartphone’s battery lasts longer, several battery tests were conducted in a temperature controlled environment, with the screens and speakers calibrated for more accurate results. In terms of battery specifications, here’s how the two devices compare:
Galaxy S10+: Snapdragon 855 (7 nm), 6.4″ OLED, 4100 mAh
iPhone XS Max: Apple A12 Bionic (7 nm), 6.5″ OLED, 3174 mAh
Any guesses who the winner is? We’ll let you watch the video and find out for yourself.