The best smartphones in battery life compared to the most

The smartphone market has seen a lot of developments in recent times, from large-screen phones, to edgeless screens, curved limbs, pop-up front cameras, even folding phones, and 5G-enabled phones, but one feature that must remain at the top of the list: long battery life.

Now that we're close to the end of 2019, and phone companies have finished launching their flagship phones this year, it's time to test some of the best phones in terms of battery life. Your phone battery usually lasts a full working day with moderate use, but if you're using it frequently, you'll need to recharge it more than once, and the batteries also lose power over time, so you should choose a phone with long battery life.

Based on the Battery Test conducted by the Tech Site CNET, today we will review the 6 best smartphones in terms of battery life:
 Moto G7 Power:

Running time: 23 hours, 10 minutes.

Today's Moto G7 Power is at the top of our list, although it doesn't have a dual rear camera like the current flagship Moto G7, it has a large battery capacity of up to 5,000 mph, which lasted 23 hours and 10 minutes, making it the best battery-capable phone this year.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 1.8GHz octa-core qualcomm processor works with 3GB ram and 32GB of internal storage space, expandable via microSD up to 512GB of external memory cards.

Huawei P30 Pro:

Running time: 22 hours, 57 minutes.

The Huawei P30 Pro has a superb design, a four-lens rear camera, a 6.47-inch OLED display with 2340 x 1080 resolution and high resolution, and the large 4,200 mph battery has continued to work for up to 22 hours, 57 minutes on a single charge.

The P30 Pro is powered by a Huawei Kirin 980 processor, available with one 8GB RAM option, and three options in terms of internal storage: 128, 256 and 512GB, and only supports Huawei NM cards.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus:

Runtime: 21 hours.

With a run time of up to 21 hours on a single charge, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a 4,300 mAh battery that is enough to power a massive 6.8" display, 1440 x 3040p, and dynamic AMOLED all day long.

This phone shares a number of features with its Note 10 counterpart, most notably the built-in-screen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, the large-capacity battery, superfast charging, the powerful processor, and the enhanced S-Pen that can recognize gestures.

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is powered by qualcomm Snapdragon 855 eight-core 7 nm and 2.8 GHz, or the new Samsung Exynos 9825 processor manufactured in 7 nm, both processors deliver excellent performance, better energy efficiency, improved AI features, improved connectivity, and camera improvements. It has one 12GB RAM option, two ufs 3.0 internal storage space options, 256 or 512GB, with support for adding up to 1TB MicroSD external memory cards.

Galaxy S10 Plus:

Runtime: 21 hours.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has many features including: a massive AMOLED display, an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor built-in, a three-lens horizontal rear camera, a dual-lens front camera integrated at the top of the screen, and wirelessly charging other devices, plus, it has a powerful battery life where its battery has lasted up to 21 hours.

If the price of the Galaxy S10 Plus is high for you, think of its smaller Galaxy S10, which lasts up to 18 working hours.

 iPhone XR:

Running time: 19 hours, 53 minutes.

Despite its launch last year, the iPhone XR still has a great battery. It's 19 hours and 53 minutes ahead of all 2018 phones, which is a great rate.

It has an elegant design, multi-color, 6.1" large screen, 326 p.m. density, fast performance, wireless charging, Face ID recognition, and support ing the same camera as the iPhone XS.

 Galaxy Note 9:

Running time: 19 hours, 20 minutes.

Although the Note 10 is already available and is an ideal choice, samsung's Galaxy Note 9 was launched last year, with a battery that lasted 19 hours and 20 minutes.

It also has powerful specifications that include: a large and distinctive screen, expandable internal storage, and an S-Pen that supports wireless connectivity, so it's ideal for taking quick notes in the classroom or delivering powerpoint presentations, and lets you run and control applications for From camera and gallery to presentations, music players, plus cheaper, stores now sell a Note 9 for up to $600, and the price is expected to be lower during Black Friday shows.