I think many of you know that feel­ing when after work you get on the sub­way, take out your smart­phone to turn on the next episode of your favorite TV series, and then it turns out that it has only 7% charge left. And you still need to make one impor­tant call, but it will take at least 40 min­utes to get to the near­est out­let … The smart­phones on this list will cer­tain­ly not set you up in this way — we have col­lect­ed mod­els with a 5000 mAh bat­tery, which should last for two, and some­times even three days use.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10

Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 10 (MIUI 12), Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 730G, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, 6.47″ AMOLED 1080 x 2340 dis­play, HDR10 sup­port, five rear cam­eras 108MP + 12MP + 8MP + 20MP + 2MP, 32MP self­ie cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 5260mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 2 days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes (30W).
  • Weight: 208 grams.

Xiao­mi Mi Note 10 received an impres­sive set of 5 cam­eras, includ­ing the main 108-megapix­el mod­ule. At the same time, the mod­el is also equipped with a large 5260 mAh bat­tery, which allows you not to save charge when tak­ing pho­tos and videos.

Add to that a beau­ti­ful 6.47-inch curved (HDR10) AMOLED dis­play, a Snap­drag­on 730G gam­ing proces­sor plus great stor­age, and you have one of the best val­ue for mon­ey smart­phones of 2020.

A nice bonus is an excel­lent set of acces­sories includ­ed: 30W charg­er, case and head­phones.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 10 (MIUI 12), Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 730G, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, 6.47″ AMOLED 1080 x 2340 dis­play, HDR10 sup­port, quad rear cam­eras 64MP + 8MP + 2MP + 5MP, 16MP self­ie- cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 5260mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 2 days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes (30W).
  • Weight: 204 grams.

Xiao­mi Mi Note 10 Lite is a “light” ver­sion of Mi Note 10 with four cam­eras instead of five — the mod­el uses a less advanced Sony 64MP IMX686 matrix for the main mod­ule. The front-fac­ing self­ie cam­era has also lost half of its megapix­els, from 32 to 16, although unless you’re a huge self­ie fan, you’re unlike­ly to notice the dif­fer­ence.

Such a change in the set of cam­eras allowed Xiao­mi to reduce the price of Mi Note 10 Lite. But since all oth­er specs remain the same, you’re still get­ting a very advanced mid-range mod­el for your bud­get, with a mas­sive 5260 mAh bat­tery that should be enough for two days of use.

Xiaomi Mi Max 3

Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 8.1 (MIUI9), Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 636 1.8GHz + Adreno 509, 4GB RAM, 64/128GB ROM, 6.9‑inch 1080×2160 dis­play, 12MP + 5MP AI6 dual rear cam­eras.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 5500 mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 2 days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes.
  • Weight: 221 grams.

Of course, Mi Max 3 is far from the lat­est mod­el, but we decid­ed to include it in the list due to its excel­lent price-qual­i­ty ratio and a very capa­cious bat­tery.

The large 6.9‑inch Full HD dis­play is great for watch­ing videos, while the Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 636 chipset with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry is per­fect for every­day tasks and not very demand­ing games.

At the same time, the smart­phone is very thin (8 mm) and very light for its size — 221 grams. The 5500 mAh bat­tery allows you to use Mi Max 3 for two days.

Samsung Galaxy M31

Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 10 (OneUI 2.0), Exynos 9611, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, 6.4‑inch 1080 x 2340 dis­play, quad rear cam­eras 64MP + 8MP + 5MP + 5MP, 32MP self­ie cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 6000mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 2–3 days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes (15W).
  • Weight: 191 grams.

The mid-range mar­ket is dom­i­nat­ed by brands like Xiao­mi, which does­n’t sit well with indus­try giants like Sam­sung, which launched the afford­able M31 in 2020 with a huge 6000mAh bat­tery.

In the Galaxy M31, Sam­sung installed a flag­ship-lev­el Super AMOLED dis­play, while the cost of the device does not exceed 20 thou­sand rubles. How­ev­er, the good times don’t end there. For all the self­ie lovers out there, the mod­el is equipped with a 32-megapix­el front cam­era, and at the back there are four cam­eras of a very advanced lev­el.

In terms of per­for­mance, the M31 also looks pret­ty good, with an Exynos 9611 chipset onboard with 6GB of RAM. The device is suit­able not only for every­day tasks, but also cope with very demand­ing Android games at medi­um and high set­tings.

Final­ly, the only thing Sam­sung saved a lit­tle on is the plas­tic case. At the same time, plas­tic allows you to reduce the weight of the device — only 191 grams, despite the pow­er­ful bat­tery.

Samsung Galaxy A40s

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Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 9, Exynos 7904, 6GB RAM, 64GB ROM, 6.4‑inch Super AMOLED 720x156 dis­play, triple rear cam­eras 13MP + 5MP + 5MP, 16MP self­ie cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 5000 mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 2 days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes (15W).
  • Weight: 174 grams.

Anoth­er Sam­sung on the list is the bud­get A40s. Do not con­fuse it with the orig­i­nal A40: the S‑version did not receive a Full HD dis­play, but the bat­tery capac­i­ty has almost dou­bled. The dis­play size has also increased to 6.4 inch­es, but due to the small­er res­o­lu­tion, you get at least 50% more screen time on a sin­gle charge.

Among the three rear cam­eras there is a wide-angle mod­ule, sim­i­lar to what can be found in advanced mod­els of the Sam­sung Galaxy line. The device turned out to be thin (8.5 mm) and, despite the capa­cious bat­tery, light — 174 grams.

The mod­el is equipped with Sam­sung’s own Exynos 7904 chip with a very decent amount of mem­o­ry — 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry.

The kit comes with a 15W fast charg­er.

Oukitel K13 Pro

Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 9.0, Medi­aTek Helio P22 2GHz, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, 6.41-inch 1560x720 dis­play, 16MP + 2MP dual rear cam­eras, 8MP self­ie cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 11000mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 4+ days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes (15W).
  • Weight: 286 grams.

Ouki­tel K13 Pro is not par­tic­u­lar­ly ele­gant, but when your smart­phone is equipped with a 11000mAh bat­tery and can work as an exter­nal bat­tery for oth­er devices, its non-stan­dard thick­ness for mod­ern mod­els can be for­giv­en.

In order to some­what dis­guise these 14.5mm thick­ness­es, Ouki­tel decid­ed to make it look like a “rugged smart­phone”, which adds some per­son­al­i­ty to the mod­el. The device also weighs a lot — 286 grams.

If the idea of ​​25 hours of screen time does­n’t sound par­tic­u­lar­ly appeal­ing to you, chances are you should­n’t buy the K13 Pro. Let’s be hon­est, you can buy your­self an 8000 mAh pow­er bank along with a more advanced and thin­ner smart­phone for the same price.

But if bat­tery life is crit­i­cal to you, then for 13,000 rubles you will get a device with the char­ac­ter­is­tics of a bud­get mod­el and a huge bat­tery. Luck­i­ly, Ouki­tel has equipped the K13 Pro with fast charg­ing.

Motorola G8 power

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Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 10, Snap­drag­on 665, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, 6.4‑inch 1080x2300 dis­play, quad rear cam­eras 16MP + 8MP + 8MP + 2MP, 16MP self­ie cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 5000mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 2–3 days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes (18W).
  • Weight: 197 grams.

The G7 Pow­er was a hit back in the day, and the Motoro­la G8 Pow­er builds on the strengths of its pre­de­ces­sor. The mod­el comes with a 5000mAh bat­tery, but the mod­el has a cou­ple more tricks up its sleeve.

At first glance, it looks like you’re get­ting just good mid-range specs that are typ­i­cal of a smart­phone in this price range. But then you notice that the device is equipped with two stereo speak­ers with Dol­by Audio, as well as a great 6.4‑inch Full HD dis­play, and sud­den­ly the mod­el becomes a very attrac­tive smart­phone for watch­ing videos. From both the speak­ers and the 3.5mm head­phone jack you get clear and loud sound — the best you can find at this price point.

On the inside, the Motoro­la G8 Pow­er is pow­ered by a Snap­drag­on 665 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of inter­nal stor­age, more than enough for most day-to-day tasks.

Oppo A5 (2020)

Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 9.0, Snap­drag­on 665, 4GB RAM, 128GB ROM, 6.5‑inch 1600x720 dis­play, quad rear cam­eras 12MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP, 8MP self­ie cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 5000mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 2 days.
  • Fast Charge: Yes (but only comes with 10W charg­er).
  • Weight: 195 grams.

Oppo A5 and Moto G8 Pow­er are very sim­i­lar if you com­pare their specs. Both devices received a 5000 mAh bat­tery and a Snap­drag­on 665 proces­sor, as well as dual stereo speak­ers with Dol­by Audio sup­port.

How­ev­er, the Oppo A5 costs sig­nif­i­cant­ly less than the G8 Pow­er. In gen­er­al, Oppo A5 is the most afford­able smart­phone with a 5000mAh bat­tery that also sup­ports reverse charg­ing.

Energizer Power Max P18K

Source: review-hub.co.uk

Spec­i­fi­ca­tions: Android 9.0, Medi­aTek Helio P70, 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, 6.2‑inch Incell LCD 1080×2280 dis­play, 2MP + 5MP + 2MP triple rear cam­eras, 16MP + 2MP dual pop-up self­ie cam­era.

  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: 18000mAh.
  • Approx­i­mate bat­tery life: 6–8 days.
  • Fast Charg­ing: Yes.
  • Weight: 500 grams.

And, of course, in such a list it is sim­ply impos­si­ble not to men­tion a smart­phone bat­tery or a bat­tery with a smart­phone func­tion — Ener­giz­er Pow­er Max P18K. Usu­al­ly such “con­cep­tu­al” smart­phones are more of a mar­ket­ing ploy than a real prod­uct, but in the case of the P18K, the device was real­ly prepar­ing for release, but …

Source: cryptos.tv

The mod­el is equipped with a high-qual­i­ty Full HD dis­play with min­i­mal bezels, a dual pop-up self­ie cam­era, a fin­ger­print sen­sor on the side, a triple rear cam­era and has good per­for­mance in terms of per­for­mance.

But the Ener­giz­er-brand­ed smart­phone from Avenir Tele­com is real­ly heavy – it weighs 500 grams and is 26mm thick. With such dimen­sions and weight, you can basi­cal­ly glue an exter­nal bat­tery to the back of your smart­phone. But the most incon­ve­nient thing about the device was not that, but the esti­mat­ed price of $ 550 — a lot for such a spe­cif­ic device. The mod­el failed on the IndieGoGo crowd­fund­ing plat­form, and at the moment it is not known whether the device will go on sale (if it does, then most like­ly with seri­ous mod­i­fi­ca­tions).

Source: techidence.com

What smart­phone do you use, and how long does its bat­tery last? We’d love to hear about your expe­ri­ence in the com­ments.

*when prepar­ing the arti­cle, mate­ri­als from the resources review-hub.co.uk and abc.ru were used