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Huawei Mate 30 vs iPhone 11 vs Galaxy Note 10

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The battery has become one of the most important components of smartphones. It depends on the autonomy of the mobile and for that reason we must look at how many mAh (battery capacity) has the mobile that we want to buy. However, although it is the most reliable parameter, the battery life does not only depend on the mAh.

In part, it is a lie that the more you have a mobile the longer your battery lasts. That has been demonstrated in the YouTube channel video Mrwhosetheboss where it was tested The autonomy of the ships insignia of the moment: the Huawei Mate30 Pro, the iPhone 11 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. Do you want to know which is the best in terms of battery? Find out below.

The Mate 30 Pro and the Galaxy Note 10+ have the biggest batteries, but not the best

Before exposing the results of the battery test, it is important that you know how many milliamps-hour (mAh) do the cell phone batteries have that have been tested on video. That way, you'll be a little more surprised to know which flagship has the best battery. Here is this information:

  • Huawei Mate 30 Pro: 4500 mAh
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: 4300 mAh
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max: 3969 mAh
  • iPhone 11 Pro: 3190 mAh
  • iPhone 11: 3046 mAh

Notably Apple never revealed the battery capacity of its iPhone 11. The information provided above is based on tests performed by repair experts such as iFixit.

Battery test results: the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the winner

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According to the Mrwhosetheboss channel battery test, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has the best high-end battery. He beat the Mate 30 Pro, which came in second place above the iPhone 11 Pro. Surprisingly, the Galaxy Note 10+ was one of the first to shut down, along with the iPhone 11. The battery test included benchmark execution, demanding games, social networks and many more demanding tasks.

Then the time that lasted on every mobile from 100% to turn off in the battery test:

  • iPhone 11 Pro Max: 8 hours and 32 minutes
  • Huawei Mate 30 Pro: 8 hours and 13 minutes
  • iPhone 11 Pro: 6 hours and 42 minutes
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: 6 hours and 31 minutes
  • iPhone 11: 5 hours and 21 minutes

The Galaxy Note 10+ battery is disappointing

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To have a 4300 mAh battery, the Galaxy Note 10+ turned off very quickly. Virtually at the same time as an iPhone 11 Pro that It has a battery with 1100 mAh less. We could say the same about Mate 30 Pro, which, however, was very close to being the one with the best battery.

That's right, keep in mind that this battery test was intensive. Giving it normal use, all these phones will last on much longer. However, we must admit that the autonomy of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is simply impressive. This flagship Apple can last up to 2 days on with a single load, giving it a light use.

Why do iPhone 11 have a better battery if they have less mAh?

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Everything is explained by the management of resources. A cell phone could have a big battery, but if All its components (processor, graphics card, camera, etc.) consume a lot of energy, the battery won't last long. Similarly, the operating system plays a very important role in optimizing the battery life.

In that sense, Apple has done an excellent job with the iPhone 11 processor: the Bionic A13. As they had promised, SoC consumes very little energy and that has been demonstrated in this test. As if that were not enough, in terms of performance, the processor of the iPhone 11 is faster than that of any Android. And you, Was this test surprised?

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