Oppo, Huawei or Samsung? All three manufacturers have produced the latest flagship smartphones, but when comparing batteries, the wheat is separated from the chaff.
Many Android smartphones from well-known manufacturers now have large batteries and, of course, very modern processors. But that doesn’t have to mean that the battery life of flagship smartphones is comparable. I came across a video in which, among other things, the Huawei P40 Pro (4200 mAh) is compared to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra (5000 mAh). A comparison that is not exactly good for the Samsung smartphone. But the other competitors look old too, including the Oppo Find X2 Pro (4260 mAh) and the current iPhone Pro Max.
Huawei: strong hardware, missing popular software
In the first part of the video, the power supply units are compared; Oppo (and Realme) clearly win here. But Huawei is also doing well. It hurts even more that the current P40 smartphones are automatically less or no longer interesting to many people due to the lack of Google services. Because when it comes to important key data, the Chinese could really do better.
Take a look yourself: