iPhone 11 Pro Max vs Galaxy Note 10+ battery test

Apple announces the release of the iPhone 11 lineup making its official debut on 10 September, with pre-orders to kick off on 13th September 2019. Similarly, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus was released on 23rd August after being announced on 7th August 2019.

Apple said battery life on the iPhone 11 Pro Max had increased by 5 hours over the iPhone XS Max. The statement has since been confirmed, but how does it stack up against the Galaxy Note 10+? .While a comparison between the batteries test reveals that the iPhone 11 Pro Max is way better than the Galaxy Note 10+.

The huge 4,300 mAh battery allowed the Note 10 Plus to last an average of 11 hours and 9 minutes on our web-surfing battery test, which is excellent. The included 25W charger juices the phone pretty fast, as the battery reached 65% in 30 minutes and 33% in 15 minutes.

Not surprisingly, the iPhone 11 Pro Max also has the biggest battery of any iPhone yet at a reported 3,968 mAh as it lasted nearly 12 hours on our web surfing test. The 18W charger can take the Pro Max from 0% to 48% in about 30 minutes.

iPhone 11 Pro Max battery lasted for 27 hours and five minutes, while the Note 10+ hung on for 25 hours and 3 minutes, allowing the iPhone 11 Pro Max to now hold the position at the very top of the complete battery test rankings.

Are you satisfy with the battery performance of the iPhone 11 Pro Max over Galaxy Note 10+?