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An iPhone has it's iOS written by Apple and is only available on idevices.
A Samsung phone uses Android which is written for many different phones with Samsung putting its own One Ui Skin on it.
Android is open source so many different variables come into play due to the vast amount of customisation that can be accomplished on the phone.
iOS isn't open source with very little customisation being available on an iPhone unless the iPhone is jailbroken.
Hence due to the severe way Apple sandbox their hardware and software and work pretty much how they want them to work pretty much everything is controlled by Apple. This keeps everything strictly optimised.
Customisation can affect battery life and optimisation so comparing the two phones is night and day imo.
I agree the Exynos version of the N20 Ultra can take a hit with battery.
Battery life is a subjective topic as we all use our phone's differently and customise them differently.
When I had the Exynos version it got me through a day with my personal usage habits.
My N20 Ultra SSnapdragon easily gets me through a day too.
The way Apple want their devices to work is that a person can pick up any iPhone and be familiar it straightaway.
Heck at least Samsung didn't throttle their phones via their software like Apple did so more iPhone's could be updated to the newest iOS update
I'm glad to see your Network is looking after you.
I wish you all the best with this situation.
Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²³ Ultra 512Gb in Phantom Black.
The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "