DxOMark is already testing uptime and charging-the Exynos chip Galaxy S21 Ultra did not impress me in this regard.
DxOMark has decided to evaluate the running time and charging of smartphones from now on, so that devices tested by the team will also receive individual scores for the battery label.They also started to update Top list, Samsung Galaxy M51 currently tops the list with 88 points. This pair of 7000 mAh batteries and low-power Snapdragon 730G chips will be hard to beat.
As for the Galaxy S21 Ultra, DxOMark is no longer so impressive. The Snapdragon chip Galaxy S21 Ultra sold in the Americas and China scored 70 points, but the Exynos chip sold in Europe only scored 57 points. This is a big difference, but unfortunately, it is consistent with the experience of the tester.
Interestingly, the iPhone 12 Pro Max became the fourth best on the list, but the Google Pixel 5 only scored 58 points. On the other hand, the latter has a very long working time, which is exemplary-meaning that as long as 18 watts of fast charging, its running time will be reduced. Therefore DxOMark scores are deceptive, because in addition to uptime, they also consider charging speed and efficiency. However, the fact is that the Exynos chipset Galaxy S21 Ultra is not the best at runtime.