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Reviewed: Smartphones with top battery lives

Reviewed: Smartphones with top battery lives

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Deciding on which smartphone to buy is no easy task. We all need a phone with top-notch performance and a capable camera for digital lifestyles.

For this and several other reasons, the smartphone’s battery life is an increasingly important factor.

No matter how good a new smartphone is, it requires further recharge of its battery.

It is best to critically examine the battery size, measured in mAh, to confirm real duration or life-span indication of the smartphone.

Other factors such as display size and resolution and power efficiency still play an important part, too. However, life-span of smartphones’ battery need less guesswork.

In no particular order, some of the smartphones with top battery lives of the first quarter of 2019 are assessed below.


Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus by Samsung

  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
  • Battery capacity: 4,100mAh
  • Price: N370,000

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is a plus-sized high-end smartphone with a huge battery pack. It also comes into its own with its quick wireless and reverse wireless charging.

If you want to use the handset at its full QHD+ resolution, you will need this extra battery life. In general, you could use the Galaxy S10 Plus all day without needing to charge it. So it’s definitely one of the best smartphones for battery life consideration.


Huawei Mate 20 by Huawei

  •  Huawei Mate 20
  • Battery capacity: 4,200mAh
  • Price:N290,000
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Huawei Mate 20 Pro

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is definitely one of the premium devices on this list, with features like a great camera array and a powerful chipset and also equipped with one of the best battery lives in a smartphone.

At 4,200mAh capacity, the handset can easily keep you going for a day, but included with it is a 40W supercharger that supports wireless charging so you can easily top up on the fly too.


Moto E5 Plus by Motorola

  • Moto E5 Plus
  • Price: N65,0000
  • Battery size: 5000mAh
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The Moto E5 Plus

This smartphone has outstanding battery life. This is down to its relatively low-end specs and very large 5000mAh battery.

It also has a big 6 inch screen and if you want a relatively affordable smartphone with the longest lasting battery, this is it.


Xiaomi Mi Max 3 by Xiaomi

  • Xiaomi Mi Max 3
  • Price:N 135,000
  • Battery life – 5500mAh
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The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is finally here with a respectable 5500mAh battery and a 6.9″ display.

If you’ve been looking for a smartphone to binge-watch YouTube, Netflix and play your occasional game without having to squint, the Mi Max 3 smartphone is for you!

It comes with an impressively bright 6.9″ Full HD display, is slim at 8mm and is featherweight at only 221 grammes.

The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 smartphone also features a healthy 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage with a Snapdragon-powered chipset. The 8-core mobile processor is great for speed and productivity, but not exactly a gaming powerhouse.


Moto G7 Power by Motorola

Moto G7 Power

Battery capacity: 5,000mAh

Price: N 100,000

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Moto G7 Power

With a battery capacity of 5,000mAh, you know you’re getting a long-lasting device in the Moto G7 Power smartphone. It’s great for gaming, and with a large display we found it great for watching content.

It is a little on the big side, but you can expect that for any smartphone with a big power pack, and the extended battery life as a result more than makes up for it.

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