The Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the, if not the, hottest phone of 2019. It has an amazing display, a lust-worthy form factor, and a killer camera. For anyone looking for a flagship smartphone, there is just no going wrong with the S10.
That being said, having all that is meaningless if the phone doesn’t have great battery life. So, how is the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy S10? Well, let’s find out just that in this battery review.
I have been using the Samsung Galaxy S10 for a little over two months now. And let me tell you, it is no easy being a tech writers daily driver. I have been putting the phone through heaven and hell. Ok, mostly hell!
From taking photos all day to binge-watching a couple of series. I have done it all! And during this extravagant escapade, the phone has held out pretty well. The battery life too was pretty amazing during my usage.
Before we get into that, let talk about the elephant in the room. Yes, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has a bit small battery at just 3340mAh. Most flagship smartphones these days pack an upward of 4000mAh battery. An coming from a Galaxy Note9, which in fact has a 4000mAh cell, I was a bit skeptical. I thought the phone wouldn’t last me a full day.
Well, I am happy to report that is not the case! I am quite pleased with the battery life of the Galaxy S10. I got around 5-6 hours of on-screen time with a single charge. This outcome is very much comparable to the battery life given to me by the Exynos version of the Galaxy Note9. Truly amazing! One thing that I noticed over Note9’s battery life is its stand by time. The S10 arguably has a better stand by time than the Note9.
Some other features worth mentioning is the Fast Charging and Fast Wireless charging capabilities. The S10, out of the box, comes with a 15W Fast Charging Adapter. This helps the phone juice up pretty quick. And talking about the Fast Wireless charging, the phone is capable of 15W wireless charging. This is pretty great if you want to ditch the annoying wires.
The S10, just like the Note9, comes with the reverse wireless charging feature. Being a tech writer, this feature has come in handy more times than I can count. I was easily able to charge my Galaxy Watch with just a push of a button. It also helped me juice up my Huawei P30 Pro, another phone that I am reviewing right now.
Verdict: Samsung Galaxy S10 Battery Review
So in conclusion, the battery life on the Samsung Galaxy S10 is pretty great. It can last an entire day of usage on a single charge. The extra charging features are also great inclusions on the phone. That being said, it never hurts to packs a larger battery. If the S10 can perform this well with a 3340mAh battery, imagine how the battery life would have been with a 4000mAh cell. Mind boggling right?
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