Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Plus): Comparison Of Battery Capacity And Runtime

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Plus): Comparison Of Battery Capacity And Runtime
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Plus): Comparison Of Battery Capacity And Runtime

Video: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Plus): Comparison Of Battery Capacity And Runtime

Video: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Plus): Comparison Of Battery Capacity And Runtime
Video: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs Note 10 Plus: The Differences! 2023, December

The batteries of current smartphones are getting stronger and with the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, or the smaller brother Note 10, Samsung is participating in the arms race. In large cell phones there is more space for larger batteries with more capacity and so it is not surprising that the Note 10 Plus is at the forefront with its battery.

In our table we compared the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus with other top devices.

model Battery capacity
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 4,300 mAh
Samsung Galaxy S10 + 4,100 mAh
Huawei P20 Pro 4,000 mAh
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 3,500 mAh
Samsung Galaxy S8 + 3,500 mAh
Samsung Galaxy S9 + 3,500 mAh
Huawei P20 3,400 mAh
Samsung Galaxy S10 3,400 mAh
OnePlus 5T 3,300 mAh
iPhone XS Max 3,174 mAh
Samsung Galaxy S10e 3,100 mAh
Huawei P20 Lite 3,000 mAh
iPhone XR 2,942 mAh
iPhone X 2,700 mAh
iPhone XS 2,658 mAh

What immediately stands out are two things:

  1. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus plays in the upper league with its 4,300 mAh battery.
  2. As already shown when comparing the displays of Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, the small model is located in the area of the Samsung Galaxy S9 +. The battery capacity is identical, the display has a worse resolution.

There is some evidence that the Galaxy Note 10 is the unloved step-brother and the Note 10 Plus is the favorite child. Or the other way round: The Note 10 has been significantly slimmed down to be able to offer a “Galaxy Note” with S-Pen support to “price-conscious” buyers. Elsewhere, we explain the real reason why there are two Note 10 models.


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Super fast charge on the Galaxy Note 10

Both batteries support the quick-charge function and can be recharged in 30 minutes, provided the appropriate charger is used, so that they can last for a few hours. However, the devices also differ: While the "small" Galaxy Note 10 supports fast charging with 25 watts of power, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus can even be 45 watts. They can also be charged wirelessly, but then with 12 (Note 10) or 15 watts (Note 10 Plus)

Galaxy Note 10: Fast charging and power for hours / Video: Samsung

How long the devices really last after 30 minutes of “super fast charging” depends, of course, on the type of use. There are no concrete values for this (yet).

At the general term, there are currently no reliable values. With the 4,100 mAh battery, the Galaxy S10 + was given a 25-hour runtime. The 3,500 mAh battery of the Galaxy S9 + lasts for 24 hours. But these are only laboratory measurements that have little to do with real life and the almost constantly available opportunity to recharge in between. Most of the 4,300 or 3,500 mAh should be sufficient in any case. The power management of the operating system should help to extend the runtime in a self-learning manner.

Speaking of wireless: Both models also support Samsung's "Wireless PowerShare", in which the smartphone can charge other devices via the Qi interface.

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Marco Kratzenberg
Marco Kratzenberg

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