Autonomy, i.e. how many hours of use can be extracted from a phone on a single charge, has always been a controversial topic. Autonomy depends on many factors, both hardware and software characteristics of the phone, and even more depends on the user’s habits.
It’s clear that someone who spends most of the day outside on a cellular network will have a shorter battery life than someone who is mostly on Wi-Fi. Equally, the battery will last longer for those who play less games and actively use the camera.
Here, YouTuber Techdroider compared the battery consumption of the Galaxy Z Flip4, Galaxy Z Fold4, iPhone 13 Pro Max, Xiaomi 12s Ultra, OnePlus 10 Pro and Galaxy S22 Ultra under controlled conditions.
The test consists of 2 and a half hours of PUBG, then a couple of hours of video, then surfing the net, then social networks, and finally using the camera. So, a fairly realistic scenario of using the phone, in which the only thing missing are phone conversations and correspondence via WhatsApp or a similar chat platform.
I’m sure you will be surprised by the phone that died first, and most likely not the one that lasted the longest.
It is a big surprise that the Galaxy Z Flip4 s 3700mAh battery, outperformed the Galaxy S22 Ultra s 5000mAh battery.
I’ve been using the Galaxy Z Flip4 for a few days now and a detailed review is coming soon. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and find out as soon as it’s released.