In the past, Apple’s iPhones have had a huge performance advantage, but they often fell short of Android flagships in terms of battery life. However, starting with the iPhone 13 series, this shortcoming has been eliminated.
A new comparison of the operating time of popular smartphones without recharging was carried out by the Chinese company Huangjia Evaluation. In this ranking, the iPhone 13 Pro Max took first place with a score of 9 hours and 3 minutes. The iPhone 14 Plus comes in second with a battery life of 8 hours 57 minutes, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max comes in third with 8 hours 31 minutes.
The strongest on the Android side is the Realme GT2 Master Explorer Edition with a battery life of 8 hours and 22 minutes, the fifth is the iQOO 10 Pro with a score of 8 hours and 20 minutes, and the Redmi K50 was able to last 8 hours and 18 minutes. The rest lasted less than 8 hours.
The iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 series from Apple were the record holder for battery life, but if you compare the charging speed, they move to the very bottom of the corresponding rating.
According to Huangjia Evaluation, in terms of fast charging, iQOO 10 with 200W charging support can be fully charged in just 11 minutes, while the top 15 models fit in half an hour. At the same time, the iPhone 13 Pro Max takes 118 minutes to charge, so last year’s flagship was the last.