Every year, Apple and Samsung take part in a continuous game of cat-and-mouse as they try and merge each other with their proper guides. Every September, Apple releases its brand new iPhone line and usually sets a new bar for smartphone performance across a number of different metrics. A few months later, Samsung is replying back with a new line of premium Galaxy models. Nowadays, the gap in performance across iPhone and Galaxy models is not as bleak as it used to be, but that's not to say there are no significant differences worth highlighting.
Of course, there is no need to say that one of the most important features of today's smartphone is battery life, more so given how often we still tie to our devices every day. As a result, even incremental improvement in battery life, year on year, can prove to be a blessing for many.
All he said, YouTube channel PhoneBuff Recently, she went on to see how Gargantuan's iPhone XS Max fits with Galaxy S10 Plus just as unwieldy when it comes to flat battery life. Now surely, one could easily look at the battery life advertised on the Apple website and Samsung, but it's not a secret that real world usage doesn't fit perfectly with the listed specimens. often online. Recall, the battery life information posted online is often the result of testing conditions designed to achieve the most striking results.
To pass the advertising figures, PhoneBuff Recently, it carried out an old fashioned battery test that installed the iPhone XS Max against the Galaxy S10 +. It's a classic battle of banners and this is how the test broke out. As a point of rapid interest the Max XS boasts a 3,174 MAA battery while the S10 Plus has a 3100 battery.
The tests itself included some routine everyday tasks that someone could do with a smartphone, including making a 1-hour phone call, texting, email browsing, and more. When the dust settled, the iPhone died just before the Galaxy S10 Plus but managed to stay on for 24 hours straight away. Meanwhile, the S10 Plus managed to stay on for nearly 25 hours.