Running out of charge often? These are the smartphones with the best battery life
A phone is only as good as its battery. After all, what good is a phone that does everything if it cannot last you an entire day. Of course, you could just jam in a great big battery and call it a day, but that would not only add bulk to the phone, but also take a very long time to charge as well. Here’s a look at some smartphones that offer you very good battery life, but don’t compromise much on other features. A phone is only as good as its battery. After all, what good is a phone that does everything if it cannot last you an entire day. Of course, you could just jam in a great big battery and call it a day, but that would not only add bulk to the phone, but also take a very long time to charge as well. Here's a look at some smartphones that offer you very good battery life, but don't compromise much on other features.
The Samsung Galaxy M31s is a budget-friendly smartphone that should deliver a good performance in both the battery and camera departments. To start with, it has a 6000mAh battery which should deliver a battery backup of more than a day on a single charge under optimal use. Furthermore, it sports a 64MP quad camera setup on the back, using which you can get creative with different modes and lenses. The smartphone has a 6.5-inch super AMOLED display, which should deliver a good visual output with decent colour renditions. Finally, the M31s runs on the Exynos 9611 octa core chipset, which should offer up reliable performance in most use cases.
The Apple iPhone 11 may 'only' feature a 3110mAh battery. But thanks to the efficiency of Apple's hardware and software, it is able to run for about a day with average use. Of course, it is still an Apple iPhone, so you also get a premium flagship-grade smartphone that can do pretty much anything that is currently possible in a phone.
The phone packs a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display and a dual 12MP camera setup with one wide, and one ultra-wide camera. The device is powered by Apple's A13 Bionic processor. At the front is a 12MP camera with features like Portrait Mode, Animojis and Memojis.
The Samsung Galaxy M51 is one of the latest smartphones from the company in the mid-range category. Its USP surely has to be the big 7000mAh battery, out of which you can expect to get a battery backup of close to two days on a single charge with light use. Apart from this, it has a 64MP quad camera setup at the back and an efficient 32MP shooter at the front, enabling you to click good quality pictures all around. It sports a 6.7-inch sAMOLED Plus display, which should deliver a decent visual output with bright colours. Finally, the combination of an efficient memory system and the Snapdragon 730G processor should offer a very smooth user experience.
If you are looking for a budget-friendly smartphone with long battery life, then the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max is a good option to consider. It has a 5020mAh battery under the hood, which is claimed to provide enough juice to the device for it to run throughout the day on a single charge. Moreover, it supports 33W fast charging, enabling you to charge it in quick time. The device runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset, which should be able to churn out good performances under most regular user-case scenarios. Finally, you should be able to click good-quality pictures using its 64MP quad camera setup at the back and the 32MP camera on the front.