07-10-2022 09:13 PM in
Hi. I have a very technical question on battery charging.
If say we compare the slow 25w charging of a Samsung phone (overnight from 11pm to 6am) against the fast 150w charging of a OnePlus phone in under 45 minutes to which device you guys would you say uses more electricity?
Hoping for an advice. Cheers.
07-10-2022 10:14 PM in
Forgive me for being ignorant as I'm not an expert in electricity and just wanted to be sure on ways I can save on my bills.
Are you certain this is how you compute electricity? Please Note I leave my Samsung charging for 7 hours (overnight) and not just for 3 hours.
07-10-2022 10:27 PM in
08-10-2022 09:35 AM in
I'm aware the phone is a 2-year old model but take into account I bought it as brand new and Samsung has been very good in terms of pushing updates.
Whenever I charge my phone i turn off the battery saving and fast charging, kept Adaptive Battery and Protect Battery turned on.
Comparing the S20 FE 5G and the OnePlus 10T batteries is tricky coz of how I charge them and the total watts, capacity, etc. On paper the 10T is "better" as it has a higher battery capacity and very fast charging. On the other hand Samsung has features to protect your device's battery but is slow to charge and may be a big deal especially if you forgot to charge it overnight and you need to get to work immediately.
So, having said those do you still think the Samsung uses more electricity (albeit negligible) than the 10T?
25-11-2022 07:43 AM in
25-11-2022 04:22 PM in