Autonomy of Galaxy Note 9 | Battery test this Friday, from 7am

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The Galaxy Note 9 was officially unveiled in Brazil at the end of August, arriving in stores in the second half of September. The Cell TudoLo already has the device in hand and we will start the tests with our traditional simulation of real use, to test the battery.

But first, let’s put things a little better: the phablet chipset Snapdragon 845, the same as the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus , a slightly larger screen with 6.4 inches in 18.5: 9, uses standard resolution in Full HD + , which can be upgraded to the Quad HD + and brings a battery of 4,000mAh, or 500mAh more than the S9 Plus – with just 0.2 “more screen.

With this, the expectation is that the autonomy is satisfactorily greater than the large model of the flagships launched in the first half. To find out, we will perform our test, which works as follows: we have a list of applications, which is always the same, on all tested devices.

Each app has a usage time in each cycle, and each cycle lasts just under one hour. Between the cycles, we pause for half an hour, leaving the smartphone on standby. Here are the apps and usage times:

  • 6 minutes browsing on the All Mobile site using Chrome, videos on YouTube, video on MX Player, streaming on Spotify, songs on PowerAMP, WhatsApp and games;
  • 4 minutes of calls via 3G;
  • 2 minutes from Facebook, Gmail and Google Maps.
  • Several cycles were repeated at intervals of 30 minutes until the device’s battery was completely exhausted. In this way, we had a more precise idea of ​​the real autonomy.

The test will be held right here on this page, this Friday, 28, from 7am . Just go to that same link and follow up.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is available at Kabum for $ 4,839 . To see the other 23 offers click here .

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