The galaxy S20 series and the iPhone 11 series of six flagship horizontal comparisons have been shared, with the S20 Ultra with a battery capacity of 5000mAh and the iPhone 11 Pro Max with a capacity of 3500mAh, although the difference is significant. But who is stronger in actual flight? Recently, PhoneBuff has been able to find answers through real-life measurements.
Note that the Galaxy S20 Ultra sets the screen to 120Hz during testing. PhoneBuff believes that because one of the outstanding features of the Galaxy S20 Ultra is its 120Hz refresh rate, battery life tests should remain enabled. But The PhoneBuff said it would test both 60Hz and 120Hz refresh rates to see the difference in battery life between the two settings.
For the fairest possible time, the screen and audio are calibrated before the test begins. But the only difference is that the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a screen refresh rate of 60Hz, which is a bit unfair and a little biased towards Apple.
The PhoneBuff was first tested for an hour of talk, followed by text, e-mail, and more. After browsing Instagram, both the iPhone 11 Pro Max and the Galaxy S20 Ultra were tested in standby mode for 16 hours.
After a YouTube video, the two games were tested. Because the Galaxy S20 Ultra plays with a 120Hz refresh rate enabled, the power drop is significant.
While the final conclusion is that the iPhone 11 Pro Max is ahead of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, it is important to note that the former has a refresh rate of 60Hz and the latter is 120Hz, which is not the same.