Not long ago, Samsung launched the refreshed versions of the well-received Samsung Galaxy A lineup. The A series usually comes packed with a metallic exterior and cutting-edge configurations at a competitive price. As it turns out, the Galaxy A7 (2016) and Galaxy A5 (2016) have better batteries than many high-end flagships.
Phone Arena has published the custom battery life test scores of the handsets released recently. Going by the results, the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) and Galaxy A5 (2016) have beaten the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, Apple iPhone 6s series and Sony Xperia Z5, among others.
Here is a quick summary of key Galaxy A7 (2016) specifications: the device comes with a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display and 1080p screen resolution. Under the hood, it comes powered by an Exynos 7 octa series chip. The relatively smaller Galaxy A5 (2016), on the other hand, packs a 5.2-inch display, 1080p resolution and an octa-core chip.
While the Galaxy A7 (2016) comes housed with a 3,300 mAh battery, the Galaxy A5 (2016) settles for a 2,900 mAh cell. In comparison, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 feature a 3,000 mAh and 2,550 mAh battery cells, respectively.
Here, readers can check out the comprehensive list of devices and their battery life scores:
- Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016): 9 hours 57 minutes
- Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016): 9 hours 55 minutes
- Samsung Galaxy Note 5: 9 hours 11 minutes
- Apple iPhone 6s Plus: 9 hours 11 minutes
- Apple iPhone 6s: 8 hours 15 minutes
- Samsung Galaxy S6: 7 hours 14 minutes
- Sony Xperia Z5: 7 hours 7 minutes
- Moto X Pure Edition (2015): 6 hours 29 minutes
- Google Nexus 5X: 6 hours 25 minutes
- Google Nexus 6P: 6 hours 24 minutes
- HTC One A9: 6 hours 3 minutes