Best battery life smartphones to buy in June 2022: iPhone 13 Pro Max, Galaxy S22 Ultra, and Moto G52 are among the long lasting smartphones.
Do you love battery life over everything else? If the answer is yes, you have stumbled upon the right article. Despite smartphones doing everything in their might to replace your entertainment appliances, battery life is an area where the improvements are happening quietly. These days, it is normal for a smartphone to last an entire day and then leave some charge for the next morning. This is what consumers are after the most, since most buyers prefer their smartphone go longer on a single charge rather than host multiple gimmicks and die quickly.
Given that we have tested a host of smartphones in 2022, we have picked up our list of top smartphones that offer the best battery life. If you choose any one from this list, you are guaranteed to get good battery life even if you are not very cautious. Some of these even satisfy when it comes to the charging speeds, which makes it a bonus. Hence, check out these smartphones that have impressed us with their battery life figures.
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Not the biggest battery on paper but Apple’s class-leading optimisation of software and hardware make the iPhone 13 Pro Max the longest lasting smartphone we have tested lately. Even with heavy workloads involving photography and gaming, the iPhone 13 Pro Max can easily last an entire day, leaving 20-30 percent battery. And since the idle drain is minimal, you can wake up to 27 percent charge and carry on for the rest of the day with cautious usage. The 20W Apple charger takes close to 1.5 hours for a full charge but the long battery life is what makes this our battery champ.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Snapdragon variant has proven to be an all-day smartphone, which is great considering the vast array of features it packs inside. A WQHD+ 120Hz display, an S Pen, some big cameras, and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip at their full loads can only bring it down to zero by the end of the day. The support for 45W charging fills up the battery in just over an hour, which is not too bad.
Oppo Reno 7 Pro 5G
At almost Rs. 40,000, the Oppo Reno 7 Pro 5G is a surprise battery champ considering its sole focus on cameras and fancy design. Despite having a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chip at the helm, our team member was able to spend an entire day using its cameras to its full capacity, and doing the usual smartphone stuff; still left with 20-30 percent charge remaining – thanks to the aggressive software optimisation. The Reno 7 Pro also features a 65W fast wire charging that tops up the battery from nought in around 45 minutes.
iQOO Neo 6
The iQOO Neo 6 is another surprise at Rs. 29,999. This is supposed to be a gaming phone and gaming phones don’t usually have good battery life. However, the iQOO Neo 6 with its well tuned Snapdragon 870 chip, an aggressive power management system, and the 4700mAh battery make the phone last easily over a day. The 80W charging solution does the full charge in around 45 minutes, which is fast enough to quickly get going.
Motorola Moto G52
Motorola tunes its battery the best and on the Moto G52, you are bound to get easily up to two days of battery life. A very power efficient Snapdragon 680 chip paired with well optimised Android 12 and a 5000mAh battery keeps the Moto G52 going. You only get a slow 20W charger in the box but the long battery life makes up for it. The Moto G52 costs Rs. 13499.
Poco X4 Pro 5G
The Poco X4 Pro 5G starting at Rs. 17499 is another battery champ. Despite having a 120Hz AMOLED display and a powerful Snapdragon 695 chip, the Poco X4 Pro with its 5000mAh battery is a great all-day phone to rely on. Poco even offers its fast 67W fast wired charging solution that does a full charge in under 45 minutes.
Realme GT Neo 3 150W
The Realme GT Neo 3 is another surprise battery package. Despite having a powerful Dimensity 8100 chip, a 120Hz AMOLED display, and a 5000mAh battery, the phone manages to last for an entire day and leave some for the next day. While the battery life may not be the best one here, its 150W charging solution fill it up in the blink of an eye. Isn’t that a good combination?