Mobile phone battery progress is too slow, iPhoneXS life is still less than iPhoneX

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 Mobile phone battery progress is too slow, iPhoneXS life is still less than iPhoneX


Netease Technologies News Nov. 2, according to foreign media reports, smartphone tests conducted by the Washington Post show that the service life and lifetime of smartphone batteries may be declining as a whole due to the increasing performance requirements of lithium-ion batteries by new technologies.

In a series of battery life tests, it is found that if the brightness of the smartphone display is set the same while running, and the tested smartphone continuously accesses and loads the same website, the lifetime of the newer smartphone is significantly shorter than that of many smartphones launched in the past few years.

As far as iPhone is concerned, the iPhoneXS life span is 21 minutes less than that of the previous generation iPhoneX. Google Pixel3 has the most obvious impact on battery life, and its lifetime is 1.5 hours shorter than that of Pixel2.

According to the Washington Post, the iPhone XR is an obvious exception. It uses LCD instead of OLED, which performs well in battery life testing. Apple claims that the iPhone XR has the longest battery life in the iPhone product line. It can talk for up to 25 hours, maintain Internet access for 15 hours, play video for 16 hours and play audio for 65 hours.

In addition, in battery life testing, the duration of the iPhone XR is longer than Pixel 3XL, Samsung Galaxy Note9 and the iPhone XSMax.

Apples iPhoneXR is a new cell phone that I recommend to most people. It has different designs. Its screen technology is more conservative - low resolution, low brightness and low-quality color, which greatly improves battery life, making the iPhone XR last three hours longer than the top-level configuration of the iPhone X, although the screen size of the iPhone XR is actually slightly larger. It is worth mentioning that the price of iPhoneXR has also been reduced by 250 US dollars.

Nadim Maluf, chief executive of Qnovo Battery Optimizer, told Huasheng Post that battery performance is improving at about 5% a year, but smartphone power consumption is growing faster than that.

The Washington Post consulted other technology websites, such as Toms Guide and Cnet, and concluded that high-resolution OLED displays and cellular connections were the main factors affecting battery life.

Turning off the brightness of the display screen and using WiFi whenever possible are two well-known ways to maintain battery life, one of the recommendations recommended by the Washington Post for longer battery life in smartphones.

The Washington Post battery life test focused on the monitor, but there are other factors that affect battery life, such as the battery life of a smartphone when it turns on and off some applications. In this regard, iPhoneXS is better than iPhoneX because Apple has improved its processor. But the Washington Post says that changes in battery life can make it difficult to judge whether the overall battery life is increasing or decreasing over time, due to different testing priorities and actual use. Nadim Malouf of Qnovo, a battery optimization company, argues that consumers should be prepared to compromise. Smartphones with ever larger batteries can lead to larger and heavier smartphones or have to use lower-level technologies, such as the LCD display instead of the first one on the iPhone XR. OLED display. (Tianmenshan Mountain) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541

The Washington Post battery life test focused on the monitor, but there are other factors that affect battery life, such as the battery life of a smartphone when it turns on and off some applications. In this regard, iPhoneXS is better than iPhoneX because Apple has improved its processor.

But the Washington Post says that changes in battery life can make it difficult to judge whether the overall battery life is increasing or decreasing over time, due to different testing priorities and actual use.

Nadim Malouf of Qnovo, a battery optimization company, argues that consumers should be prepared to compromise. Smartphones with ever larger batteries can lead to larger and heavier smartphones or have to use lower-level technologies, such as the LCD display instead of the first one on the iPhone XR. OLED display. (Tianmenshan Mountain)