In fact, 5,000 mAh is not the largest. Even a 5,000 mAh battery has become the standard for mobile phones today, considering that there are already many smartphones that carry 6,000 mAh batteries, even up to 7,000 mAh.
What’s different, the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G uses the latest System on Chip (SoC) Exynos 2100 and Samsung’s famous 5nm architecture for power saving or power saving.
With a 10 percent increase in performance, the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G is actually 30 percent more energy efficient than its predecessor processor with a 7nm architecture.
This means users still get accelerated performance, a 120 Hz refresh rate (with adaptive refresh rate technology), and a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O display (3200 x 1440 pixels, 515 PPI), with a battery that is even more economical.
The question is then, how efficient is the battery of the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G? Of course, the savings are relative. Because it really depends on how consumers use their cell phones. Strong user that often record videos, play games and stream video will consume more battery power.
Thus, Phonearena performs detailed and comprehensive tests to evaluate multiple functions / parameters separately. Among others searching the web use wi-fi, watch YouTube and play 3D games with 200 nits of screen brightness (the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G’s maximum screen brightness is 1,500 nits).