Channel PhoneBuff experts, testing smartphones using robotic manipulators, brought together the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro Max in the third round of confrontation.
Recall that in the first round of the drop-test Samsung flagship showed itself just great, in the second he slightly outperformed his opponent in the test for the speed of launching applications, and now came the turn of the test autonomy.
On the Note20 Ultra side, the battery is more capacious, but the iPhone has a smaller screen, normal frame rate and clearly better OS optimization.
As a result, the Apple flagship wins, providing 11 hours of screen time against 9 hours at Note20 Ultra. This is a tangible, but not catastrophic difference, which is unlikely to be a decisive factor for anyone when buying.