Posted September 06, 2019 12:00:51Samsung Galaxy S 7 and S 7 Edge have both had their battery life tested in our hands-on battery tests.
Both phones were powered up for roughly two hours and 30 minutes with no load.
Both have been fully charged for three days, with the battery on the S7 lasting for over three hours and 20 minutes in our tests.
The S7 performed much better in our Battery Test.
The Galaxy S8 performed much worse, with its battery lasting for just over a minute.
Both devices performed much less well in our video recording test.
The S7 battery lasted for just under three hours in our benchmarks.
Samsung has said it will only charge the battery up to 80 percent.
The phone was powered up with all the necessary apps running at full capacity.
It took a full five hours to fully charge the S8.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7, on the other hand, took an average of just under six hours to charge.
Both of these devices are powered by the Snapdragon 835 SoC, a Qualcomm processor that is based on the Exynos 8895 chipset.
Both chipsets are capable of processing large amounts of data.