Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Battery Analysis – Surprisingly Unexpected Battery Life on a Mid-High-End Flagship
On 15 March, Xiaomi Media senior engineer @ Xiaomi Zou master shared the performance of Redmi Note 5. As you can see in the graphs below, three days have been passed but the battery level has dropped down from 100% to 25% only. You can clearly see that the bright screen uses more than 11 hours. Thus, the 4000mAh battery timing is worth praising especially on 6GB RAM and a Full-HD+ display.
The credit goes to the ultra energy-efficient SD 636 which undergoes the 14nm technology process. It uses 8-core 260 Kyro architecture with Adreno 509 GPU. If we compared Snapdragon 630 with 636, CPU performance has increased by 40%, GPU performance has increased by 10%. Apart from this, we also see a drastic improvement in the battery life. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 supports a 5.99-inch (18:9) display with 2160×1080 resolution. It comes with 6GB Ram and 64GB of storage, a dual rear camera with AI technology and the front camera with AI beauty.
We can finally say that:
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 is the the Longest Running Full-Screen Smartphone on a Single Charge!
Indeed, the phone is all about performance, but still, did you expected that much battery life from such a device? Let us know in the comments!