Huawei Mate 20 x vs Mate 20 Pro vs iphone XS vs P20 Pro vs Xperia XZ3 – Battery Drain Test!



First Battery Drain test of the Huawei Mate 20 X , Mate 20 Pro , Mate 20, iphone XS , Sony Xperia XZ3 and more ! Stay tuned for reviews.
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34 Replies to “Huawei Mate 20 x vs Mate 20 Pro vs iphone XS vs P20 Pro vs Xperia XZ3 – Battery Drain Test!”

  1. TH4-L0NE-W4LF

    That video is somewhat strange in the end. It says the winner is 8:21 hrs from the Mate 20 x, but actually the Pro lasts 8:21 hrs. So how much would the Mate 20 X last before its completely empty ? Why did you not run that all to the end ?

  2. Tayko

    I have the Mate 20 and jesus fucking christ my batterie is crazy i can taking picture all day playing game all night and keep having 50% battery for the next day i'm SHOOKED

  3. Basharat Ali

    you show no data of the progressive decrease in battery nor did u show battery drain time of mate 20 x …just end results of other phones…stupid video

  4. NewSheriffInTown85

    What firmware version was used for the test? My Xperia XZ3 has received an update to 52.0.A.3.27.
    After that the battery life has really improved. I've tested it with the Pc Mark battery benchmark and the new firmware gives more than 1 hour extended battery life compared with the previous firmware version.

  5. DaSpood

    I am impressed that the Mate 20 did so well. Despite the lower resolution, an LCD screen consumes way more battery than an OLED panel, and it has lower battery capacity than the Mate 20 Pro. So I guess it shows two things: Huawei did a great job at optimizing their phones, and the 20 Pro's higher resolution does come at a slight cost, though it is mostly negated comapred to other brands thanks to the 7nm chip.

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