Which mid-range Samsung smartphone lasts the longest on battery


Experts tested five models

In a video on the YouTube channel TechwithUsama, we found out which of the Samsung devices in the middle price category “lives” longer: Galaxy A33, A52s, A53, A73 or S21 FE.

TechwithUsama channel experts tested the autonomy of mid-range Samsung smartphones. Galaxy A33 (Exynos 1280 processor, 5000 mAh ), A52s (Snapdragon 778G processor, 4500 mAh ), A53 (Exynos 1280 processor, 5000 mAh ), A73 (Snapdragon 778G processor, 5000 mAh ) and S21 were tested. FE (Exynos 2100 processor, 4500 mAh). It should also be noted that all devices, except for the A33, have a screen refresh rate of 120 Hz (the A33 has 90 Hz).

First, the presenter tested all smartphones in benchmarks. You can see the results below. The Samsung S21 FE lost the most charge, and the A52s held on better than the others.

In other tests, various games and applications were launched on the devices. After almost 5.5 hours, the first smartphone was completely discharged. It turned out to be S21 FE , which initially lost to other models. And this despite the fact that he had to work for at least 6 hours.

Galaxy A52s “surrendered” next , but it “lived” almost 1.5 hours longer: 6 hours 46 minutes.

The A33 turned out to be the best of all , which managed to work for 7 hours and 37 minutes. It is followed by A53 (7 hours 26 minutes) and A73 (7 hours 13 minutes). These models are equipped with batteries with a capacity of 5000 mAh.