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Battery life comparison between the OnePlus One, Lumia 830, Huawei Mate 7, Xiaomi Mi4

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    As cellphone features continue to become more advanced today, cellphones that can handle all kinds of tasks have already become an integral part of our lives. You can see people either checking out their Facebook or Twitter, or reading the news on their phones. As cellphone features become more powerful, they end up consuming more power. Same goes for screen sizes. The larger the screen, the more power is consumed. As a result, today, battery life has become a very important issue to consider when producing smartphones.

    In this article, we analyze and compare the battery life of several cellphones such as the Huawei Mate 7, Nokia Lumia 830, Meizu MX4, the Xiaomi Mi4, OnePlus One, IUNI U3, Sony Z1, and the iPhone 5S.

    First, I will explain the testing procedure. All the cellphones start out fully charged. With the screen brightness at maximum, the phone in silent, and WiFi connection turned on, the phones undergo these tests: 30-minute video streaming, playing 30-minute videos that were already in the phone (1080p H.264 AAC MP4, 11304kbps), 30-minute gaming, and 30-minute phone calls. Here are the results:

     

    video streaming

    uploaded video

    3G gaming

    phone calls

    Power consumed

    Battery supply

    Huawei Mate 7

    5%

    8%

    13%

    9%

    35%

    4100mah

    Meizu MX4

    10%

    9%

    15%

    10%

    44%

    3100mah

    OnePlus One

    8%

    7%

    11%

    11%

    37%

    3100mah

    Xiaomi Mi4

    11%

    10%

    10%

    12%

    43%

    3080mah

    IUNI U3

    8%

    10%

    21%

    13%

    52%

    3000mah

    Sony Z1

    11%

    12%

    15%

    9%

    47%

    3000mah

    Lumia 830

    14%

    7%

    11%

    13%

    45%

    220mah

    iPhone 5S

    7%

    6%

    15%

    10%

    38%

    1560mah

    First of all, as you can see from the table, most of the Android phones have at least 3000mAh. Those with the highest battery supply obviously have the advantage. A good example of this is the Huawei Mate 7 which consumed the least amount of power. If regularly used with moderation, you can use it for two days and one night.

    Second to the Mate 7 is the OnePlus One which has a battery supply of 3100mAh but with only 40% of its power consumed. This is very impressive.

    The difference between the other phones is not too great. They can last for a day and one night. The one that consumes the most power is the IUNI U3 which has a 2K display screen. Despite the fact that it has similar specifications to the Xiaomi Mi4 and OnePlus One, up to 52% of its power was consumed in the tests, making it hard to use for a day.

    According to the data, phone calls consume a lot of paper. Also, playing games on the phone consume more power than in actual video game consoles. One reason is definitely due to the upgrades done with the phone’s hardware and software.

    Based on these results, we have no choice but continue to charge our phones everyday until battery technology has become much more advanced. However, the development of rapid charging technology has given us hope.

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