Ask any smartphone owner and they will agree that managing the ‘fast-draining’ battery of their phone is one of the most hassling tasks. This is because the phones of today are equipped with the latest technologies. However, when it comes to their power source, they are still running on an old-fashion module. And of course, the time spent on the phones using the various installed apps also squeezes out the battery – faster than anticipated.
Nevertheless, the smartphone makers are aware of the problematic situation and try to remedy by using bigger batteries on their newest models. The use of power banks and charging stations has also gained popularity, allowing the users to resolve the issue anytime, anywhere.
Phone comparison website Phone Arena recently conducted a market survey in this regard, where they found that the Asus ROG II has the largest battery to-date with 6,000-milliampere hours. However, this does not equate to a longer battery life, which is around 14 hours for the Asus phone. According to Phone Arena, many factors such as resolution and display size play a pivotal role in maintaining battery life.
Apple’s iPhone 11 recently made it to the list as well by coming with a battery that is proven to last around 13 hours and 30 minutes. The latest product in Apple’s lineup is equipped with a 3,110 mAh battery.
In their test, Phone Arena used a custom web script, similar to our real-life use to determine the phone with the best battery life. Motorola Moto G7 Power ranked in the first position with a battery that lives for more than 20 hours. Xiaomi Mi Max 2 and LGX Power secured the second and third positions with a battery life of 17.5 and 15 hours respectively.Are you also having trouble with the battery life of your smartphone? Perhaps it’s time to make a change. Check out the statistics below and make a purchase decision accordingly.