Galaxy S24 Ultra It surpassed the iPhone 15 Pro Max in battery life tests. Evaluations by YouTube channel XEETECHCARE show that the top of the series surpasses its predecessor Galaxy S23 Ultra in the same respect.

In the test, the YouTuber placed the Galaxy S24 Ultra next to two mobile phones and the Pixel 8 Pro. The battery was discharged manually, that is, by user interaction, and through applications such as Facebook, Instagram, Subway Surfers, TikTok and others. 3DMark is known for its high energy demands.

At the end of the tests, the battery life of the devices was as follows:

  • Galaxy S24 Ultra: 10 hours 59 minutes;
  • iPhone 15 Pro Maximum: 10 hours 20 minutes;
  • Pixel 8 Pro: 10 hours;
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra: 8 hours 10 minutes.

Although the difference between the Galaxy S24 Ultra and its main rival, the iPhone 15 Pro Max, is small, Its advantage over the Galaxy S23 Ultra is obvious. It was around 2:49 in the morning More from Samsung’s 2023 best 2024 mobile phones.

Both high-end devices have a 5,000 mAh battery capacity, but software optimizations and the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset will provide more runtime.

It is worth noting that the YouTuber did not go into detail about the testing conditions. It is unclear whether the models evaluated are completely new or whether the batteries have already gone through several charge and discharge cycles, significantly compromising the results.

Naturally, these differences may affect the autonomy of the devices. Despite this, it is possible to think that the Galaxy S24 Ultra surpasses the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Source: Tec Mundo

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