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XiaomiToday Suggestions: The Best Battery Phones

Smartphones have been integrated into all aspects of our lives. That’s why we have become heavy smartphone dependents. As people’s use of smartphones gradually becomes higher, there is a major problem of quick discharging. The previous-gen feature phones could provide a week or even a month of battery life, but the current smartphones are capable of providing up to one day of life. Thus, smartphone users rely on the batteries of their phones. So we decided to conduct a little research in order to find out which smartphones are the best in terms of battery life. Also, we take into account their pricing. In some sense, these suggestions are based on the price over endurance ratio.

Battery Phone ?1: Hisense King Kong 4 Pro

The Hisense King Kong 4 Pro is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, which uses the Kryo 260 architecture consistent with the Snapdragon 660. It also comes with a 4 + 4 core design, a core frequency of 1.8GHz, and is paired with a 4GB +128GB storage combination. The rest of the features include a 13MP rear camera, an 8MP front camera, a 6.18-inch FHD+ notch screen, and many more.

Hisense King Kong 4 Pro

Many who get acquainted with the Hisense King Kong 4 Pro for the first time, think it’s a game smartphone with trendy features. But in fact, this handset comes with a metal middle frame and a glass body that provide a business look.

Anyways, the Hisense King Kong 4 Proappearedeared on our list not accidentally. Its biggest selling point is the long battery life. Under the hood, it carries a 4000mAh battery, which provides a long life not only due to the large capacity but also due to the power-saving technology provided by the SoC. The ‘one button power saving’ function in the phone settings can automatically monitor abnormal power consumption, improve the power consumption, and extend the phone usage time. The phone also supports reverse charging.

The Hisense King Kong 4 Pro also added four types of security protection, bringing all-round protection to users’ privacy. The built-in private space of the phone allows the user to put a file with high privacy and access it by verifying the password, without worrying about the privacy leak. In addition, this handset can also detect the payment environment, open the call anti-recording and camera guards to prevent third-party cameras to sneak shots. It is also possible to prevent third-party data recovery software from maliciously extracting user data by remotely controlling the smartphone to perform operations such as locking or deleting data.

Battery Phone ?2: Honor 10 Lite

The Honor 10 Lite is equipped with a 6.21-inch 2340×1080 resolution LCD drop screen, which has a 90% screen ratio, and provides a good visual immersion. It is worth mentioning that this drop screen has passed the international quality certification of TÜV Rheinland. Thus, it can effectively filter blue light and protect the eyes.

Also Read: Honor 10 Lite Review

The Honor 10 Lite uses the Kirin 710 processor, which is enough to run a variety of applications quite smoothly. You can basically run most of the large-scale mobile games on the market. It is also equipped with a 3400mAh battery, supporting 10W ordinary fast charge. And the power consumption is still relatively good. This handset comes with the GPU Turbo 2.0. Due to it, both the touch experience of gaming and the functional experience of the game assistant have been significantly improved, and the average touch response delay time is reduced by 36%.

Honor 10 Lite

The back of the Honor 10 Lite also uses the gradient color design that is very popular among young people. It has four colors: Gradient Blue, Gradient Red, Fantasy Black, and Lily of the Valley. The exquisite metal color grinding technology combined with the 3D lithography process makes the gradation of the Honor 10 Lite look quite attractive. It can also give a 3D glare effect under different light.

The Honor 10 Lite sports a 24MP camera with a 4-in-1 sensitized lens and F/2.0 aperture. Taking into account the high demand towards selfies, the Honor 10 Lite upgraded the AI algorithm for backlight selfies, and through multi-frame synthetic exposure, it is also possible to achieve backlighting. The rear dual-camera comes with a 13MP main sensor with a f/1.8 aperture, and the front and rear cameras incorporate intelligent recognition shooting scenes to automatically optimize the photos. In addition, the Honor 10 Lite also has a screen fill function, which can freeze every frame in any dark environment.

Battery Phone ?3: Smartisan Nuts Pro 2S

Smartisan Nut Pro 2S

The Smartisan Nuts Pro 2S is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor. This phone has innovative functions such as ‘TNT’ large-screen operating system, bullet SMS, and infinity screen. So we can say the interactive experience is very fresh. The Nut Pro 2S’ dual-camera and fingerprint recognition feature a recessed design. The sub-camera is hidden inside the 2.5D glass, while the fingerprint recognition is cleverly hidden in the Hammer logo. As for the camera itself, it sports a 12MP + 5MP sensors combination, of which the main camera is the Sony IMX363 with a 1.4-micron large pixel and a dual-core focus support. At the same time, the 16MP front camera uses a f/2.2 aperture, supports background blur and AI real-time beauty.

Also Read: Smartisan Nut Pro 2S Review

The Smartisan Nuts Pro 2S has a body thickness of only 7.15mm. Thanks to the use of thinner OLED screen and internal structural improvements, the handset is packed with a 3600mAh battery, which supports 18W QC3.0 fast charge. It can be charged from 0% to 50% for 1 hour and 92% for a half hour.

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