Don’t want to charge your smartphone every 12 hours? Check out these beasts.
1. Moto G7 Power
The first entrant on my list is the Moto G7 Power. It is one of those phones that is bound to deliver great battery life regardless of type of user you may be, thanks to its 5000mAh battery.
One of the best budget smartphones available in the market, the Moto G7 lasted more than 14 hours for me while I pushed it completely to the limits. For a mediocre user, the G7 can easily last for at least 2 days if not more.
While it has one of the best batteries a smartphone can have, it does come with its own downside.
If you are a vivid smartphone gamer, you may find the Power to be lacking most of the times. Same goes for multitasking. But if a huge battery and an affordable price tag are your top priorities when looking for new phone plans, this is probably the phone for you.
2. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Before I get into the discussion of how good and long lasting the battery of Huawei Mate 20 Pro is, let’s make one thing clear. Huawei phones cannot be bought over the counter in the US. But if you are interested in owning one, you can import them.
With that matter aside, Mate 20 Pro comes from Huawei’s long line of flagship devices and has a 4200mAh battery powering the beast. Being a flagship device, it offers great user experience with no lag despite what you through at it. A worthy addition in new phone plans.
The device was just 20 minutes’ shy of 12 hours when I was juicing it for a couple of days. For an average user, the Mate 20 Pro’s battery can last somewhere between 1 and a half days to two full days, depending on how it is used.
Keep in mind though that it is a flagship device (like I haven’t said that enough times already) and carries an upper tier price tag as well. And considering the customs that you will have to pay, it could be an expensive option to get.
3. ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1
Another cheap device with a great battery. Zenfone Max Pro M1 houses 5000mAh of power just like the Moto G7 but with even a cheaper price tag. And as I have come to understand throughout my career as a tech blogger, the cheaper the device, the more sacrifices it has to make.
Same is the case with this Asus device. While it does offer a great battery life, charging of this phone is so slow it just becomes cumbersome. The user experience is smooth but nothing to write home about. Let’s just say you get what you pay for.
The phone is capable of delivering a good 2 days of battery life. However, you may only consider putting it on charge when you are going to bed. Do look for Max Pro M1 when choosing home phone and internet bundles.
4. Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra
Not many people are fond of Sony’s smartphone lineup, me being one of them. And you may have also noticed that not many people consider Sony’s handsets when reviewing devices. But, since we are discussing phones with good battery life, I couldn’t ignore putting it on this list.
While the phone just holds a battery of mere 3580mAh, it is its internals that make the magic happen. The phone has a huge but a low-res display, a very efficient processor and a perfectly optimized Android Oreo experience.
The battery lasted just about 10 hours when I bleed it to death with excessive usage. For a mediocre user, it will easily last you through the day.