The Samsung Galaxy S9 has lower battery power than the one offered by the Samsung Galaxy S8, the differences in tests made so far show that users can expect to have up to 30% less time to use. We are talking about a battery test a few weeks ago for the Samsung Galaxy S9 that showed us that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the iPhone have better autonomy, but another one of Anandtech confirms the same thing.
The new Exynos 9810 chip
With about 3 hours worse than the Samsung Galaxy S8, it has a big difference in what people are buying the new smartphone. Samsung Galaxy S9 Battery Problem The Samsung Galaxy S9 comes with the new Exynos 9810 chip, integrated in the models in Romania, and now we have an explanation for this radical reduction in battery life.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 has a new Exynos 9810 chip that consumes more resources than the 8895 last year, the difference substantially reducing the battery’s autonomy, although in reality, things have to stay completely opposite.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is one of the few premiums, very expensive mobile phones that brings substantial battery retention compared to the previous generation.
Samsung has endowed the Galaxy S9 + with a 3500 mAh battery, one big enough for all of the time standards. Is it enough?
The autonomy is lower because of the processor
It must provide enough power for the generous 6.2-inch, the 6 GB RAM and the octa-core processor on the new Exynos 9810. Although the new Exynos 9810 is more energy-efficient for some features, the Samsung Galaxy S9 has a lower autonomy because the processor consumes more power when it works.
Clearly, the autonomy of the Galaxy S9 + will be tailored to the specifics of each user. Power management can be enabled to reduce resolution, disable some background services, and reduce brightness in the hope that the battery will last longer. Sure, many will do that.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.