It's time to talk about the Samsung Galaxy S10+ battery. This is an exciting topic that deserves attention. Especially,
The new Samsung Galaxy S10 + has under the hood4100 mAh battery. Therefore, we expect to see a high battery life result. The test as always was done by bloggers from one foreign resource. And before testing the battery, they spent about two weeks with the phone and were satisfied with the battery life.
Indeed, in the daily life of SamsungGalaxy S10 + shows excellent running time, but not the best. The smartphone is quite enough for the whole day, only towards late evening you will see a red battery on the screen. And this is in the context of active interaction. If you are not often used mobile phone, you will be enough for him and a half days.
Now let's move directly to the test, whichevery time it takes place under the same conditions. As we know, Samsung Galaxy S10+ comes with different processor versions. As part of the experiment, there was a version with an Exynos chip. Only the American versions of the flagship use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. Of course, this also affects the operating time. Snapdragon devices have slightly better battery life.
You can see the battery test results atdiagram below. Samsung Galaxy S10+ indicator — 7 hours 59 minutes. Not bad considering most modern phones have about the same average. But you definitely can’t expect any increase in battery life compared to last year’s models. I would like…
Another important aspect — how longSamsung Galaxy S10+ is charging. The new product comes with a 15W adaptive fast charger. It can charge your Galaxy S10+ in 1 hour and 40 minutes. By the way, there are quite a lot of smartphones on the market today that can be quickly charged, so we're not particularly impressed here. But the good news is that the fast charger comes with the phone. From Apple, for example, you have to buy it separately.
Well, what is your opinion on the test results of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 + battery? Are you satisfied with his performance or expect more?