Samsung is launching an Exynos 5433 version of the Galaxy Note 4 handset along with the Snapdragon 805 version this year. The company has long followed the tradition of launching two CPU variants of its flagships for LTE and HSPA markets respectively. And it seems like this year’s Exynos model of the Galaxy flagship might be a real winner as far as the battery life is concerned. According to a new battery test conducted by a Korean source, the smartphone has excelled in almost all departments especially when compared with the LG G3 which sports a 2K resolution display as well.
The test results mention that the smartphone lasted 8:30 hours with the display on, which is a commendable feat for a smartphone of this caliber. In comparison, the LG G3 only lasted 5:38 hours. Media lovers will be pleased to know that the Galaxy Note 4 lasted 12 hours while playing a video on loop. WiFi usage is another area where the Galaxy Note 4 is a tough competitor. The smartphone lasted 7 hours with continuous browsing on WiFi, which is again significantly better than the competition.
3D gaming performance of the flagship wasn’t all that impressive however, with the battery lasting only 3:30 hours. This is largely due to all those extra pixels the smartphone has to crunch with the 2K display. But overall, it is safe to say that the Exynos 5433 running Galaxy Note 4 can last a day or even more with a full charge.
Source: Playwares – Translated
Via: Android Authority