Samsung Galaxy S9 Exynos Version Has Worse Battery Life Compared to Snapdragon Variant: Reports

Galaxy S9 positioned 6th out of seven leader handsets, The phone had considerably poor battery life contrasted with Galaxy S8, Its Snapdragon variant is sold in the US.

Samsung's Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ were exhibited to the world in February this year, with the lead handsets coming to Indian shores toward the beginning of March. In any case, the variant that is sold in the US advertising is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC while the one sold in India - and most other worldwide markets - accompanies Samsung's in-house Exynos 9810 SoC. Late battery tests have shown that battery execution on the units with an Exynos SoC is inferior contrasted with the execution of the units with a Snapdragon chip.

AnandTech's survey of the two smartphones uncovers that while the Snapdragon rendition endured around 10.48 hours in the web perusing on Wi-Fi battery test, the Exynos variant dealt with a bleak 6.8 hours on a similar test. This execution is amazing considering the way that Samsung's in-house SoC is required to perform better because of better programming optimization.

An examination by industry examiner firm Strategy Analytics, revealed by Yonhap News, expresses that battery execution with Exynos 9810 SoC is generously lower than with the Snapdragon 845 SoC. The South Korean outlet reports that battery on the Galaxy S9, as indicated by this test, went on for 26 hours and 52 minutes giving it the 6th place among seven leader smartphones in the test.

Relatively, the LG G6 endured 32 hours 35 minutes while the Huawei P10 dropped dead following 32 hours and 8 minutes in the battery test. The best spot was caught by the Sony Xperia XZ2 at 36 hours and 1 minute, trailed by the Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact at 34 hours and 20 minutes.