As part of the study, they compared the autonomy of eight flagship mobile processors in 5G and 4G networks.

Experts used the Speedtest Intelligence service to measure the daily charge consumption of smartphones. While the results may be affected by different usage scenarios and smartphone density, the overall picture is pretty self-explanatory.

Connecting to a 5G network causes smartphones to discharge 6-11% faster than 4G LTE. The minimum difference is seen in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, while the maximum difference is seen in the Google Tensor.

Of all the flagship chipsets, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 showed the best energy efficiency, while the Dimensity 9000 was the most energy consuming.

Source: Ferra

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