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Which 2018 flagship phone has the best battery life?



Battery life is one of the most important things to consider when buying a new phone. But how do you want to know how each phone's battery stacks up against another? Fortunately, we've put the best phones on the market – especially OnePlus 6, LG G7, Galaxy S9 Plus, iPhone X, Google Pixel 2 XL and Huawei P20 Pro – for the ultimate test.

Each phone was set to the same brightness, connected to the same Wi-Fi network, and ran the same social media accounts. Instead of using the Nyan Cat video as we usually do in testing, we decided to introduce different variables to reflect how we actually use our phones. Display Technology Display Technology Battery Capacity Huawei P20 Pro AMOLED 4000 mAh OnePlus 6 Optical AMOLED 3.300 mAh Galaxy S9 Plus [19659007] Super AMOLED 3,500 mAh iPhone X Super AMOLED 2,716 mAh LG Pixel 2 XL P-OLED 3,520 mAh LG G7 IPS LCD 3.000 mAh

We started running a 30-minute video game, leaving each phone with at least 91 percent battery life (P20 Pro was 94 percent). Then we took up the "Explore" section of Instagram for one hour, which contains constant video. IPhone X spoke management by 87 percent, while the LG G7 fell rapidly to 77 percent. Since we often use our phones to get around and watch videos, we also drove Google Maps on every phone for 30 minutes and recorded a video of 30 minutes, 1080p. Each device was still over 50 percent after two and a half hours of testing, but the LG G7 was 52 percent last.

After playing two hours of video on YouTube, Huawei maintained the lead by 56 percent and the LG G7 fell to only 25 percent battery life. It took an hour to surf the web, an hour to see Facebook's automatic game viewing page, and an additional two hours of streaming on SoundCloud for the first phone to die. Six hours and 45 minutes in, the LG G7 was the first to fall. Once out, we decided to stay with YouTube for the rest of the test.


3: Galaxy S9 Plus


4: iPhone X


5: Google Pixel 2 XL


1: Huawei P20 Pro


2: OnePlus 6


6: LG G7

Next to going was Pixel 2 XL, lasting about nine hours and 5 minutes. This makes sense because all the phones – except the iPhone X and P20 Pro – use the Snapdragon 845 processor, while Pixel runs 835, making the other phones 30 percent more efficient with power usage.

Right on the tail was iPhone X, which has the smallest battery and lasted for nine hours and 30 minutes. The Galaxy S9 Plus died about 10 hours, followed by OnePlus 6 about 40 minutes later.

The winner – surprisingly – was the Huawei P20 Pro, which lasts for 11 hours. Unfortunately, this phone is not available for sale in the United States yet, but if you "know a guy" you might be lucky enough to take your hands on one. Of course, our tests are not over, everything is all and each of these phones has unique features that make them good choices.

David Cogen – a regular contributor here at Digital Trends – runs TheUnlockr.com, a popular tech blog focusing on tech news, tips and tricks, and the latest tech. You can also find him at Twitter discuss the latest techniques.






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