Six (6) phones with the best battery life

Due to the myriad use of phone functionalities, you need to have a phone with long lasting battery ability. This will enable you to carry out many activities with your phone if the battery lasts longer whenever you are busy or travelling without having an access to charge your phone. Everyone having a smart phone will like to have an uninterrupted access to internet. The continuous use of the battery drains the strength of the battery faster; as a result of this you required good battery strength.

Usually, a phone lasts a full work day with moderate use. But if you use it heavily, you’ll need to recharge it more often. Batteries also lose steam over time, running down faster the longer you’ve owned the phone. The possibility of losing battery — and therefore losing your communication hub — is frightening and real.

If you feel your handset battery seems to be stuck in the ’90s and doesn’t last as long as you’d like, you’re not alone. So if a long-life battery tops your list of smartphone needs, check out these top-scorers — they lasted impressively long during our lab tests for continuous video playback on Airplane mode.

Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom

With its two rear cameras and a 13-megapixel front-facing shooter, the ZenFone 3 zoom is made for photo-enthusiasts. But its robust battery is what’s turning heads. At 5,00mAh, the battery lasted 19 hours and 50 minutes, so you won’t have to juice up very frequently after a full day of picture-taking.

Aside from its big battery, the ZenFone 3 Zoom emphasizes its camera experience and photo processing.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

The Galaxy S8 Plus is a big phone that manages to make a 6.2-inch screen look graceful. It has every hardware and software advantage of the ultrasleek, curved Galaxy S8, including long battery life. During its lab test, it lasted a solid 18 hours of usage.

With the Galaxy S8 Plus’ larger display comes a boost in battery life.

Motorola Moto Z Play

As the cheapest, most “midrange” phone of Lenovo’s Motorola Moto Z series, we were stunned to see that the Moto Z Play not only had the longest battery life of the Z line, but of all the handsets we reviewed in 2016 and beyond. Clocking in a whopping 23 hours and 3 minutes, this handset is worth getting for the battery life alone (aside from the fact that it also works with useful modular accessories). Its Z Force counterpart didn’t do so shabby either, with a time of 16 hours and 32 minutes of video playback

With the Z Play, you get a long battery life at an affordable price.

Samsung Galaxy A7

With its 22-hour lab time, the Galaxy A7 is a midrange Samsung phone that looks just like the Galaxy S7. Sure its Marshmallow OS is not the latest and it’s not water resistant like the S7, but if you’re looking for a cheap mid-tier Android, this is a good contender.

The Galaxy A7 feels premium and lasts a long time.

Huawei Mate 9

The big-screen Mate 9 has an extremely powerful Kirin 960 octa-core processor and a nifty dual-camera setup that’s great for artsy shots. Its robust 4,000mAh battery will also survive throughout the workday and then some. In our tests, it lasted 18 hours and 35 minutes easily.

The Mate 9 offers plenty of screen and battery life.

OnePlus 3T

With an affordable price starting at $439 or £399 (approx. AU$580), the 3T replaces the company’s last OnePlus 3 flagship with a more powerful Snapdragon 821 processor and a sharper front-facing camera. It also has a bigger battery that lasts over 16 hours. You still get OnePlus’ trademark Dash charging technology, which means the device charges super quickly.

The OnePlus 3T’s battery lasts a long time and charges in a jiffy.