Which smartphone lasts longer? Galaxy, iPhone, and Pixel in battery test

Kyle Renner

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The requirements for smartphones vary as much as their users. However, there is one aspect on which everyone agrees: battery life. Everyone wants their phone to last as long as possible without needing to recharge. In a comprehensive battery test between Galaxy, iPhone, and Pixel, one smartphone performed particularly poorly. ## Big smartphone comparison: Pixel 7 Pro fails in battery test

Recently, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5. Tech YouTuber TechDroider wanted to find out how these two foldable phones compared to their in-house competition as well as the rivals from Apple, Google, and Xiaomi. In the extensive battery test, a total of seven smartphones competed against each other. * Galaxy Z Flip 5
* Galaxy Z Fold 5
* iPhone 14 Pro Max
* Xiaomi 13 Ultra
* Pixel 7 Pro
* Galaxy S23 Ultra
* OnePlus 11

All smartphones had to undergo a series of challenges. This included gaming with PUBG Mobile, opening apps, and recording videos in 4K.

In the end, the **Pixel 7 Pro** was the first to give up. The Google phone lasted for **9 hours and 7 minutes**. Close behind was the Galaxy Z Flip 5, with a runtime of 9 hours and 16 minutes (source: YouTube). Therefore, the Pixel 7 Pro is the **biggest loser** in the battery test. Not only did it give up first, but it also has a **1,300 mAh larger battery** compared to the Galaxy Z Flip 5. The Pixel 7 Pro has a capacity of 5,000 mAh, while the Galaxy Z Flip 5 has 3,700 mAh. Despite the significantly larger battery, the Google Pixel 7 Pro cannot keep up with the Galaxy Z Flip 5. This highlights how **poor the Tensor G2 is in terms of energy efficiency**.

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