Samsung Galaxy S10 + vs iPhone XS Max: Battery Comparison

We've already compared the speed of the Galaxy S10+ and the iPhone XS Max, and the former is the clear winner. Now the time has come

compare smartphone batteries.

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According to tests, the Galaxy S10 + works significantlylonger Galaxy Note 9 and iPhone XS Max. The iPhone XS Max worked 10 hours and 38 minutes, and the Galaxy S10 + almost two hours longer - 12 hours and 38 minutes. As a test, the use of the Internet over a mobile network at a brightness of 150 nits was chosen.

Like the iPhone XS Max, the Galaxy S10 + 7nmCPU. Thanks to the economy of the display and other components, the Galaxy S10 + lasts longer than the iPhone XS Max. In addition, it has a huge 4100 mAh battery, and the iPhone XS Max has only 3174 mAh.

However, the iPhone XS Max does an excellent job. Against the backdrop of the Galaxy S10 +, it still goes out. Moreover, the Galaxy S10 + is also charging faster. It comes with a 15 W power adapter and can be fully charged in just 2 hours. The iPhone XS Max comes with a 5W power adapter and fully charges in 2.5 hours. In addition, the Galaxy S10 + supports 12 watts of wireless charging, and the iPhone XS Max only 7.5 watts.

iPhone XS Max not only works less timebut it also takes longer to charge. It says a lot. It is also worth considering that the power consumption strongly depends on how you use your smartphone. Some iPhone XS Max can work even longer than the Galaxy S10 +.