During the past month we saw how the iPhone XS Max exceeded in speed Samsung Galaxy Note 9. But the speed and performance of a terminal is not the only thing to consider, the battery is also one of the most important elements of a smartphone.
Today we are going to take a look at a video comparison of the batteries of the iPhone XS Max and the Galaxy Note 9, two of the most powerful smartphones on the market today.
The YouTube channel PhoneBuff has used a robotic arm to automate absolutely the same actions on both mobile devices, in order to check which battery lasts longer.
Comparison of the video battery of the iPhone XS Max and the Galaxy Note 9
The Galaxy Note 9 from Samsung has a 20% higher battery, with a capacity of 4,000 mAh. The iPhone XS Max, on the other hand, has a battery with a capacity of 3.174 mAh. From an optimistic point of view, you can think that the A12 Bionic chip would be able to match things, but this is not the case.
In the battery test attached below you can see how the same actions are performed on the Note 9 and the Apple XS Max: phone calls, social network navigation, games, messaging, video playback and much more.
In the first test, the iPhone XS Max has been more efficient with a one-hour phone call and losing only 3% of the battery, while Samsung's Note 9 lost 5% of the battery. But the iPhone XS Max has been losing the battle in the rest of the tests. In fact, when the battery of the XS Max runs out, the Note 9 still has a 37% battery left.