The Samsung Galaxy S devices are huge handsets and one of the biggest that Samsung has come up with to date. Luckily Samsung have done something about this and they have given it a larger battery in order to compensate for the bigger display.
This year when the Samsung Galaxy S6 arrived on the scene it arrived with a display that was bigger but the battery was smaller, not bigger. The device has competition and these include the LG G4, Sony Xperia Z series and the iPhone 6S, along with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
So how does the handset compare with its smaller battery but bigger display?
Well GSM Arena recently put this to the test and they were shocked after it went through some tests. The device was put in tests including video, talk time and 3G.
When tested for 3G the device lasted for around 20 hours, while when web browsing it lasted for 11 hours and when playing videos the handset lasted for 12 hours. This means that it can compete with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge but sadly it doesn’t match up to the iPhone 6S. It is also ahead of the LG G4 and the Sony Xperia Z4.
All of this means that for the average user you should be able to get a full days use out of the Samsung Galaxy S6 without needing to plug it in to charge.