Samsung Galaxy S6 beats iPhone 6 (and others) hands down in fastest charging test
Even though Samsung has ditched replaceable back covers and removable batteries following the introduction of this year’s Galaxy S6 flagship, the Korean tech player will still score a valid point if it decides to call out iPhone users as “wall huggers” again.
According to a practical conducted by Tom’s Guide, Apple’s latest smartphone, the iPhone 6, albeit sporting a smaller battery compared to the Galaxy S6, takes much longer time to charge than the latter.
The Tom’s Guide test pitted both flagships head-to-head alongside other flagship smartphones in a bid to find the fastest-charging of them all but the Galaxy S6 emerged the greatest, beating the iPhone 6 mercilessly.
The Asus Zenfone 2 took an early lead after 15 minutes of charge.
Samsung Galaxy S6 caught up after a 30-minute clock-tick.
The Galaxy S6 reached 100 percent an hour before the iPhone 6.
The Apple iPhone 6 has a Li-Ion 1810mAh battery while the Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with a 2550mAh Li-Polymer one.