The battery of the iPhone 14 Pro Max is definitely top notch, but how does the battery life compare to that of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra? You can read it in this article!
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Battery life iPhone 14 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
The battery life of any smartphone is definitely an important aspect. The capacity of the battery gives an indication, but is certainly no guarantee for higher performance. It just depends on how much energy your smartphone uses.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max has the best battery life of all iPhones. But how does it compare to the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra? The PhoneBuff website has now sorted that out for you.
Galaxy: more capacity and more consumption
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a larger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max. As a result, the capacity is also larger: 5000 mAh vs 4323 mAh. A difference of no less than 700 mAh.
But the Galaxy’s screen is also slightly larger at 6.7 inches than that of the iPhone (6.8 inches). The same goes for the resolution: 1440 x 3088 pixels compared to 1290 x 2796 pixels. The Galaxy will therefore also use a little more energy.
Battery iPhone 14 Pro Max wins with about 40 minutes
In the battery test, PhoneBuff tried to imitate usage as realistically as possible. The result shows that optimizing energy consumption, as Apple has been doing for years, actually pays off. Despite a smaller battery, the iPhone 14 Pro Max performs better than the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Watch PhoneBuff’s video below:
The video shows that the iPhone 14 Pro Max still has 6% battery while that of the Galaxy S23 Ultra is already completely empty. In practice, this means that you can use the iPhone for almost 40 minutes longer. This is purely due to the way the iPhone 14 Pro Max manages the battery and thus manages to get more out of it.
Battery life iPhone 15 gets even better
With the same battery capacity as the iPhone 14, the iPhone 15 is expected to deliver even longer battery life. According to the rumors, there will be an A17 Bionic chip that is smaller than its predecessor. And a smaller chip requires less energy. Good news for everyone who is eagerly awaiting the new iPhone!