Many smartphones these days are scaling up in terms of features and of course, there’s no denying that the battery endurance should also be heightened. While most consumers look for the best features in a smartphone they can get, they also pay attention to how long its battery can last.
According to a report, a 2010 mobile phone can manage 40 hours in standby with 1,000 mAh while the middling 2017 smartphone can make it in two folds of that, bringing 80 hours in standby with at least 3,000 mAh.
By all means, this will still depend on the display type wherein larger, brighter displays and high resolution consumes more power. Connectivity options like 2G/3G/4G usage also matter in terms of battery endurance. In this case, mainstream smartphones still wouldn’t be able to traverse the 100-hour index.
The report also concludes and tipped consumers that “more money does not always buy you better battery life,” as researchers procured the smartphones of 2017 and contrived their average endurance rating per price category.