Each year we see the arrival of new technologies in the cameras, screen, audio and also in the battery, all aiming to deliver an experience of use even better and more convenient for the user. Currently, there are several types of rapid recharge in the market, all with their advantages and disadvantages, but which of them in practice deliver the best result?
YouTuber Matthew Moniz has performed a loaded comparison including the recently released OnePlus 7 Pro, Galaxy S10 Plus, Huawei P30 Pro, OPPO R17 Pro, and Pixel 3A. Regarding the size (capacity) of the modules, we have the following.
- OnePlus 7 Pro – 4000mAh
- Galaxy S10 Plus – 4100mAh
- Huawei P30 Pro – 4200mAh
- OPPO R17 Pro – 3700mAh
- Google Pixel 3A – 3000mAh
In the test, all devices start at 0% – after the first 10 minutes, the OPPO R17 Pro draws attention to achieve 40% load, reiterating the amazing speed of SuperVOOC technology. The P30 Pro was able to fill 26% at the same time, Pixel 3A 18%, S10 Plus 13% and OnePlus 7 Pro 25%.
After 10 more minutes, the OPPO R17 Pro continues to lead, with 71% of its battery completed – in the rest of the models we have: P30 Pro (48%), OnePlus 7 Pro (46%), Pixel 3A (32%) and S10 Plus (27%). The R17 Pro already beats 93% of the load, with the P30 Pro in second (69%), OnePlus 7 Pro 65%, Pixel 3A in 47% and S10 Plus in the last place with 41%.
At 39 minutes the OPPO R17 Pro beats the 100%, reiterating the first place as a smartphone with faster loading mechanism in the comparative, while the other models continue the dispute. In 1 hour, the Huawei P30 Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro record 99% and 98% respectively, while the Pixel 3A stands at 81% and the S10 Plus at 77%.
That is, in terms of fast recharge we have:
OPPO R17 Pro
OnePlus 7 Pro
Huawei P30 Pro
Google Pixel 3A
Galaxy S10 Plus
2 minutes later, OnePlus 7 Pro hits 100%, staying ahead of the P30 Pro for only twenty-two seconds, leaving only Google and Samsung models in contention. The Pixel 3a ends the test in 1 hour and 33 minutes while the Galaxy S10 Plus remains charged with 96% of the full battery. Seven minutes later, Sammy’s model hits 100%, getting last. Check out the above video to see the full comparison.
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