DxOMark placed Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra no.6 rank in battery performance

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DxOMark is usually the site that's known for grading camera performance from smartphones, but it has also started expanding to audio and battery performance. In its latest review, it was testing the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra battery performance.

According to the global ranking, it got number six just behind some HONOR phones, as well as an OPPO and realme device. On the other hand, it got the first ranking in the Ultra-Premium leaderboard with 142 points. The Galaxy S23 Ultra was able to stand at nearly 67 hours in moderate usage which is most impressive.

Usually, a phone's battery power would decrease moderately fast over long periods but DxOMark said that it has excellent autonomy when watching videos. On top of that, the Galaxy S23 Ultra would put low discharge currents when streaming videos and calling, as well as putting a low residual power drain when it's fully charged while plugged in. 

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That said, DxOMark also encountered some weird findings during its testing. For some reason, the Galaxy S23 Ultra's battery level would collapse after 5%. Although it has good autonomy in streaming videos, that can be said the same for using the camera or streaming music. It also tends to have high residual consumption when using a wireless stand.

To recap, the Galaxy S23 Ultra features a 5000mAh battery capacity with 45W fast charging technology. The model that they tested was the 8GB + 256GB variant as well, so if you would like to read the full details of the test, you can visit the official website here. Stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com

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