The HTC U Ultra is a 5.7-incher that features a 3,000mAh battery, offering the device a pretty decent battery support. To test its battery capabilities, PhoneArena subjected the device to a series of tests, recently.
The test showed that the HTC U Ultra was capable of supporting up to 6 hours and 56 minutes of battery life. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 3T, with 3,400mAh battery, was capable of 5 hours 41 minutes whereas the Samsung Galaxy S7 lasted for 6 hours and 10 minutes. However, the iPhone 7 Plus still managed to lead the pack with its 7 hours and 46 minutes of battery life support.
Quick Charging Takes The Cake
Another important factor to consider when running battery tests is how much time does it take a device to achieve 100 percent charged.
The HTC U Ultra, boasting Quick Charge 3.0, needs 100 minutes to reach a complete charge while the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge takes 88 and 99 minutes, each. With its Dash Charge, the OnePlus 3T only needs 85 minutes to reach 100 percent charge.
Surprisingly, the HTC U Ultra beats the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 as the latter two needs 191 and 147 minutes, respectively, to reach complete charge status.
“The HTC U Ultra is far from a disaster in terms of battery life, it in facts handles itself well. With its screen set to 200 nits, a luminance level comfortable for indoor use,” clarified the report.