Battery life test of Samsung S8 Plus and iPhone 7 Plus

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Samsung’s most recent flagship mobile, the Galaxy S8+, is maybe superior to the iPhone 7 Plus in many angles. Highlighting a cutting edge plan with a 6.2-inch QHD+ Infinity Display, the Galaxy S8+ beyond any doubt looks superior to the iPhone 7 both on paper and, in actuality.

While the Galaxy S8+ features effectively exceed the iPhone 7 Plus, the handset can’t offer longer battery life over Apple’s six months old iPhone 7 plus even aftr accompanying a bigger battery than Apple’s leading mobile.

While the Galaxy S8+ features a 3500mAh battery, the iPhone 7 Plus accompanies a 2900mAh battery. The Samsung S8 Plus likewise comes with a significantly bigger 6.2-inch QHD+ AMOLED show, while the iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5-inch IPS LCD board. What’s more, the blend of Apple’s tight combination between the software and hardware allow iPhone 7 Plus to effectively beat the Galaxy S8+ in battery life tests led by the people over at PhoneArena.

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In the test that included loading a custom web script, that reproduces the power utilization of an average real world use with the screen brightness set to 200 nits, the Galaxy S8+ went on for 8 hours while the iPhone 7 Plus went on for 9 hours and 5 minutes.

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While the Galaxy S8+’s batter life is longer than of the OnePlus 3T, Google Pixel XL, and even the iPhone 7, it is no match for the bigger iPhone 7 Plus. Considering the handset accompanies a bigger and higher resolution screen than the iPhone 7 Plus, it still is quite respectable time for battery to last. Be that as it may, it is also a let down to see an Android leading mobile not being able to outlive the iPhone 7 Plus as far as battery life is concern, even after launching 6 months after the iPhone 7 Plus.

Another essential part of battery use is the time it takes to completely recharge a battery from 0 to 100%. The Galaxy S8+ comes with Samsung’s Fast Adaptive Charging and it can completely recharge its battery in only 1 hour and 40 minutes. This is not the quickest we have seen, but rather it is not very far away. The Galaxy S8+ additionally comes with quick wireless charging, which is one of the perfect features of Samsung’s new flagship mobiles.

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