In the DXOMARK Battery test, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra surpasses all iPhones

The battery test results for the new Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone have been released by DXOMARK. The battery of the device was tested to determine its autonomy, charging, and efficiency.

The battery of the gadget received a great 142 global score, placing it sixth behind the Honor Magic5 Lite 5G, Honor x7a, Oppo Reno6 6G, Realme GT Neo 2 5G, and Honor x9a. Yet, it took the top rank in DXOMARK’s Ultra-premium ($800+) class.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra, which uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor for the Galaxy mobile platform, surpassed its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, in both Snapdragon and Exynos versions, as well as all Apple iPhones on the market.

In DXOMARCK autonomous testing, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra performed admirably. When used lightly, its battery lasted approximately 67 hours, with less than 2% loss per night on average. When DXOMARK tested the phone outside, it performed admirably.

The test results also state that the device’s autonomy was good, particularly when streaming videos. Nevertheless, when the battery level reached 5%, it collapsed, which could affect the user experience because we occasionally need to use the phone with a low battery as well.

Also, the device’s wired and wireless charging results are average. It takes 1 hour and 21 minutes to charge the phone by wire and 2 hours and 18 minutes to charge wirelessly. Nevertheless, a simple wired charge of 5 minutes delivers a good 5 hours and 23 minutes of battery life.

Overall, the DXOMARK battery test revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra performed admirably. Its discharge currents were extremely low, indicating that the gadget has been well-optimized. The phone’s great autonomy and efficiency, paired with a superb charging experience, allow it to earn the highest grade for the Ultra-Premium segment so far.


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