iPhone 11 Pro Max Beats Galaxy Note 10+ In Battery Test
Aadhya Khatri - Oct 11, 2019
Galaxy Note 10+ has a larger battery capacity than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The display is also bigger with higher resolution, hence the capable power cell
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Most people will pay attention to the improved camera setup on the iPhone 11 and forget that the battery life has also been prolonged. To have a clearer idea of what you can expect from the latest iPhones, let’s watch the video from YouTuber PhoneBuff. He measured the battery life of an iPhone 11 Pro Max against Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10+, and the result is pleasing.
On paper, the Galaxy Note 10+ has a larger battery capacity than that of the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The display is also bigger with higher resolution, explaining the capable power cell. While the former features a 6.8-inch screen with a resolution of 3040 x 1440, that of the latter measures only 6.5 inches and a 2688 x 1242 resolution.
The two phones also have a disparity of 331mAh in battery capacity, with the Galaxy Note 10+ sports 4,300mAh, compared to 3,969mAh of Apple’s latest flagship.
Since Apple has the benefit of optimizing its hardware and software, it comes as no surprise that even with a less capable battery, iPhone 11 Pro Max was able to beat the opponent from Samsung buy two hours when it comes to screen-on time.
While this is not the first time anyone tried to compare the battery life of the latest iPhone to its competitors on the market, this time, PhoneBuff comes up with a different set of tests. However, even in this situation, the iPhone still managed to last two-hour longer than the Galaxy Note 10+, just like in previous tests.
Overall, the iPhone 11 Pro Max can last for 16 hours in standby mode and 11 hours and 5 minutes with screen-on. Here is the video of the test: