The battery is one the most important feature of a smartphone. Since it is the part of the smartphone that delivers the required horsepower to drive the handset, it is also one of the major things to consider while buying a smartphone. So, how good is a smartphone that cannot last even a single day? Hence, we have listed the best smartphones to buy with good battery life along with their price, specification and reviews links.
Smartphones Under Rs. 20,000
Like most of the Oppo smartphones, Oppo A3s is also a camera-centric smartphone. But it has also been injected with a more than enough power to run the show. Talking about the capacity, the phone flaunts a massive 4230mAh battery alongside to provide a prolonged backup. With such a substantial capacity, Oppo A3s can easily back it users for nearly two days on the normal use.
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
Looking for a great aesthetics and an excellent battery life, you can’t go wrong with the J7 Pro. With Super AMOLED display, an energy-efficient 14nm processor, and a beefy 3600mAh battery, the J7 Pro can be considered a top-notch battery performer.
Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus (Xiaomi Redmi Note 5)
Since providing greater capacity battery is Xiaomi’s forte, Redmi 5 plus (also known as Xiaomi Redmi Note 5) also falls on that privileged lineup. The successor to the Redmi Note 4 has been generously bestowed with 4100mAh battery. With energy efficient 14nm Snapdragon 625 SoC powering the phone, the battery is capable of providing backup for two days on the normal use.
Smartphones Under Rs. 40,000
Pocophone F1 is the most popular smartphone of 2018. With powerful hardware like the Snapdragon 845 chipset, it put itself forward as a note-worthy flagship killer. But not just in the performance front, Pocophone F1 is also an awe-inspiring performer on the battery front. The phone with the lavish 4000mAh battery provides a praise-worthy backup. And not to forget, the phone also comes with the 18W (9V/2A) fast charging support to shorten the charging time.
Xiaomi MI A2 Lite
MI A2 Lite has many features to like. Stock Android, sturdy metallic build, a decent chipset, and for those of you who like a notch on the display, there is also a notched display on the phone. But the most interesting feature about the device is its mammoth 4000mAh battery. With this huge battery on the board, users don’t have to worry about running out of charge every now and then. Since there is Stock Android on the software side, there will be optimizations to extend the battery life. Also the Stock Android cues to an absence of bloatware, so there won’t be any additional battery drain.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 AI
Redmi Note 5 AI is one of the best selling smartphones of 2018 in Nepal. And its massive battery is one of the reasons for its successes. The phone provides an exceptional backup with its 4000mAh battery. The phone has now received the MIUI 10 update, which features a ton of optimizations. So with the optimized UI under the hood, the phone is frugal on spending the battery juice.
Huawei Y9 2019
The name tag of “2019” for the smartphone launched in 2018 has surely amazed. But what’s more amazing on this device is the battery. Huawei Y9 2019 houses a 4000mAh non-removable battery inside. A 4000mAh battery is not so exceptional at its price. But despite its 4000mAh battery, it offers better backup than its competitors (with a similar sized battery) mainly due to its power-efficient chipset. The phone is equipped with a Kirin 710 chipset, which is built on 12nm architecture. So it tends to consume less amount of power extending the battery life on the run.
Samsung Galaxy J8
Samsung Galaxy J8 is a power-packed device with an awe-inspiring battery backup. The 3500mAh battery combined with lower res Super AMOLED display provides a screen time of 7.5 hours which means it can last for at least a day for power hungry users. If you are an average user, it can provide you with 2 days of battery life.
Oppo A7 is surely one of the most overpriced smartphone considering the specs packed inside the phone. But if the battery backup is your only major concern while buying a smartphone, you cannot go wrong with the Oppo A7. The phone features the abundant 4230mAh battery. And since there is only a 720p display and a low power consuming Snapdragon 450 chipset, you can get plenty of working hours on a single charge.
Smartphones Under Rs. 60,000
Samsung Galaxy A9 2018
Providing a quad-camera setup at the back and being the first on that endeavor, Samsung has surely shown quite a generosity And that generosity remained intact even on the battery front. With the battery capacity of 3800mAh, the phone promises a long-lasting battery. On the normal use, the Galaxy A9 2018 provides backup for a day and a half. And since the phone also supports adaptive fast charging, there won’t be any hassles even while charging the device.
Huawei Nova 3
With a sleek body and gradient glass back, Huawei Nova 3 is obviously a beauty in terms of design. But what is even more enticing is its overwhelming battery capacity. With the stamina from the 3750mAh battery, the device can easily survive for more than a day on the normal use.
Samsung Galaxy A8 Star
If you’re looking for a phablet with an amazing screen and battery life, then look no further. The Galaxy A8 Star comes with 6.3-inch of Full HD+ AMOLED display and is backed up by 3700mAh battery, which provides 7-8 hours of onscreen time. It also features a Fast charging tech that charges the battery within 1.5 hours.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Huawei Mate 20 Pro, the photography beast from Huawei with triple cameras at the back has not disappointed in the battery department. The smartphone comes with a noteworthy 4200mAh battery, which is quite uncommon in the flagship handsets. And with the number of optimization options, the smartphone is capable to provide more than 7 hours of screen on time. Moreover, the device has SuperCharge (40W charging) technology, which keeps the device fully nourished up to 70% just in 30 minutes. On the top, there is a wireless charging and wireless reverse charging features on the phone, which can come really handy at times.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The Note 9 looks massive. And the huge battery inside the phone is one of the reasons for its added heft. The phone flaunts a 4000mAh battery, which supplies a plenty of power to drive the processes inside the phone. The phone comes with a Quad-HD+ resolution due to which the display tends to devour the battery juice real quick. But there is nothing to worry about since the resolution can be toggled to Full-HD to reduce such quick drain. With the resolution set to Full-HD, it provides decent backup. To replenish the battery real quick, the phone also has an adaptive fast charging support. And like most of the premium flagship handsets, the Note 9 also comes with the Wireless charging feature.
iPhone XS Max
iPhone XS Max is the most expensive smartphone in Nepal. The highest-end variant of the phone costs Rs. 2,34,000 on the purchase in Nepal. And one of the reasons for the iPhones being so expensive is its long-lasting battery backup. Although the iPhone XS Max comes with a relatively smaller 3174mAh battery, the optimized and polished software on the device prolongs the backup. Since the battery on the iPhone XS Max is of smaller capacity, charging it doesn’t take much time. And for those, who don’t like the mainstream wired charging method, they can also make use of its wireless charging feature.