iPhone 6 is one of the slowest mobile phones
Just as we recognize the strengths of iPhone mobiles, TodoiPhone.net also highlights the sections where you have to continue working and improving. Recently the TomsGuide guys posted a comparative analysis of the charging time of different mobile phones where the iPhone 6 is very badly stopped.
The purpose of the comparison is to see which mobile device charges your battery faster, and unfortunately for Apple the iPhone 6 won the last place to compete against the Asus Zenfone 2, Google Nexus 6, OnePlus 2, Samsung models Galaxy S6, LG G4 and Motorola Droid Turbo.
The importance of the battery
While the importance of autonomy is remarkable when talking about the battery of a smartphone, you also have to pay attention to the charging time. When you have a low battery on your mobile and you are about to board the plane, a fast charging phone is a great way to make sure you can keep in touch with your friends.
Because TomsGuide did this test to elucidate which is the smartphone that charges the battery faster. To carry out the test, they discharged all the devices to the maximum and charged them up to 5% of their battery. From that starting point they began to check the percentage of battery charged in each device every certain time intervals.
All devices were charged up to 80% and then up to 100%, marking at 5, 15 and 30 minutes the level of charge reached. To guarantee the same conditions, the same outlet was always used. The results were remarkably unfavorable for the iPhone 6.
The fastest charging device in its battery is the Asus Zenfone 2, in just 5 minutes it reached 17% charge, while the iPhone 6 barely reached 6%. After 15 minutes the Asus Zenfone 2 was already at 32%, but the iPhone had managed to climb more reaching a percentage of 20%.
At 30 minutes, the final result
The funny thing with the test is that the undisputed leader so far, the Asus Zenfone 2, was matched by Samsung Galaxy S6, and subsequently defeated. Both devices reached 53% battery in 30 minutes. In the case of iPhone 6, the battery was barely charged up to 34%.
Where the Samsung Galaxy S6 won was in total time to reach 80 and 100% load levels, 0:48 and 1:22 respectively, while the iPhone 6 reached those levels at 1:25 and 2:35 respectively.