YouTube channel Mrwhosetheboss has performed a battery life test, using the recently released Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, which goes up against Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, Huawei Mate 30 Proofreads and Google Pixel 4 XL.
The phones are put through real-life testing by playing games, using social media, watching video, benchmarks and more.
These smartphones have varying display resolutions to keep powered on, which can affect battery life, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra display was running at 120Hz instead of an available 60Hz option.
At the end of the day, Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max beat the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but could not outlast the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
Here are the final results, with battery capacities listed next to the phones:
- Huawei Mate 30 Pro (4500mAh): 8 hours, 46 mins
- Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max (3969mAh): 8 hours, 28 mins
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ (4300mAh): 7 hours, 28 mins
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (5000mAh): 7 hours, 2 mins
- Google Pixel 4 XL (3700mAh): 6 hours, 26 mins
Depending on how much you use your smartphone, it can be a challenge nowadays with the latest phones to burn through the battery in a day. My iPhone 11 Pro Max usually is at 50-55% or so by the time it hits the charger at night. What about you?