Battery Life Drain Battle – Huawei Mate 30 Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus vs iPhone 11 Pro Max vs iPhone 11 Pro vs iPhone 11

Mobile phone brands are introducing more and more phone models each year. So far, the most popular is the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 11, and of course, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. In the midst of the battle over their specs and features, one of the most important factors to consider when choosing one from this group is the battery life.

In order to make the most out of your device, it is important that it comes with outstanding battery life. But which among these amazing devices has the best battery performance? Let’s go ahead and find out!

Huawei Mate 30 Pro
One of the most amazing features of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro is its wireless charging that has been boosted to 27W. The wired USB-C Super Charge is still at 40W that matches the P30 Pro as well as the Mate 20 Pro. But if you need speed, the wired charging is still the better option. But what made the Huawei Mate 30 Pro a little more special is that it is built with a battery capacity of 4,500mAh!

This is a huge bump compared to the Mate 20 Pro and the P30 Pro that came with 4,200 mAh. Try running the phone down and for sure, you will notice its improvement from last year’s model. If you are looking for a 24-hour phone the Mate 30 should be one of your top choices. You can easily make it last until the second day with general use that includes emails, checking social apps, minimal video streaming, taking pictures, and more. This means that with lesser use, you can make the battery lasts for the entire weekend and still be left with a 20% to 30% battery life the next day.

Samsung Note 10+
Aside from its 6.8-inch screen, another strong reason why you should get the Samsung Note 10+ is its battery life. We all know that Samsung makes some of the most excellent phones in the market these days. In every Samsung phone, you can expect everything that you have been looking for in a mobile device, great screen, top of the line cameras, and amazing battery life.

When it comes to battery life, Samsung promises you that with the Samsung Note 10+, it will last all day. Its 4,300 mAh battery can last you from dusk till dawn, and more. Charging Samsung Note 10+ is also impressive. In just 65 minutes, the phone will charge up from 0 to 100%. This is with the help of the 25-watt charger that comes with it.

iPhone 11 Pro Max
If you can remember, the iPhone XS Max received a lot of backlash because of its poor battery life. Thankfully, Apple answered these complaints by giving the iPhone 11 Pro Max some more juice! It doesn’t only come with a better A13 chip and display, but it is also built with a bigger battery. In fact, the iPhone 11 Pro Max can last for more than an hour longer during battery tests. It stayed on for an average of 11 hours and 54 minutes with activities involved web surfing with 4G LTE @ 150 nits screen brightness.

It is worth noting that the iPhone 11 Pro only lasted for 10 hours and 5 minutes during this battery test. So when talking about endurance, go for iPhone 11 Pro Max! When it comes to charging, Apple included a fast charger in the iPhone 11 Pro Max box. After 30 minutes of charging, the device reached 48% of the battery. Yes, it is a bit slower compared to iPhone 11, but remember that the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a bigger battery too.

iPhone 11 Pro
The iPhone 11 Pro battery capacity is at 3190 mAh. When it was introduced to the public, it promised to be the full package with slightly better antennas, higher OLED display quality, with an additional telephoto camera, a better battery life with an 18-watt charger. The iPhone 11 Pro’s battery life is a huge leap compared to the other iPhone models. According to Apple, they added an extra four to five hours battery life with this iPhone 11 Pro. One of the reasons why you should go for this device is because they last longer on a charge.

iPhone 11
The iPhone 11 battery capacity is at 3046 mAh, close enough to the iPhone 11 Pro. Following the iPhone XR’s success, the iPhone 11 also retains an excellent battery life. The iPhone 11 performed impressively when it comes to its battery life. It comes with a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina LCD panel that has a resolution of slightly above 720p. This lower-resolution helps with the battery life, especially when you are fond of streaming videos on your phone.

If you watch an hour of Netflix with 50% brightness, it can take down the battery by 6 to 7%. This is the same with a downloaded video from iTunes. The iPhone 11 can comfortably make it through the day. That is already a great improvement compared to the previous versions. You will surely get the endurance that you need with the iPhone 11 especically if you are upgrading from an older phone.

The Verdict
So who came out the strongest when it comes to battery life? During a battery drain test between the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11, all devices were tested with everything that can drain the battery quickly which includes internet surfing, games, movie streaming, and more.

In 5th place was the iPhone 11 which lasted for 5 hours and 2 minutes. The Galaxy Note 10+ came in 4th place for staying up until 6 hours and 31 minutes. In 3rd place is the iPhone 11 Pro that lasted for 6 hours and 42 minutes. Huawei Mate 30 pro came in 2nd place and lasted for 8 hours and 13 minutes. And the winner is the iPhone 11 Pro Max that lasted 8 hours and 32 minutes for non-stop battery use.

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