Here’s the Google Pixel XL ultimate battery life test put against the iPhone 7 and Galaxy S7 Edge

Google has finally launched an own-brand smartphone, the Pixel, to challenge Apple head on and provide a premium Android experience with the hardware tailored to the software by the people who actually make it.
The new smartphone succeeds Google’s Nexus line of devices and the company claims that the Pixel is now 100% Google, unlike the Nexus devices where Google provided the software and had some input into the devices but not total control. The Pixel phone joins the Pixel C Android tablet and Chromebook Pixel as Google’s first in-house devices.
The Battery Life is the most important aspect at a time of crowning a King or the leader in Smartphone segment. Thus the phoneArena folks came out with the ultimate battery test for Google Pixel XL and its competitors including Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus and Galaxy S7 Edge.
The test contains all 5.5 inch Screen Smartphone set to a brightness level of 200 nits, comfortable for indoor use, and this makes it an equal playing field.

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The Pixel XL battery life test result is 7 hours and 19 minutes of screen-on time in the test, practically on par with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. It is pretty good and comes with solid battery longevity, higher than what you get on the Nexus 6P, the LG V20, and many other Android competitors. It is not among the very best, though, with phones such as the iPhone 7 Plus outscoring it significantly – the said iPhone scored 9 hours and 5 minutes of screen-on time on the same test.
The Pixel XL has a 3,450 mAh non-removable battery and as per the comparison we see a 3,600 mAh battery cell on the S7 Edge, and a 2,900 mAh battery on the iPhone 7 Plus.
As per the results, there is no issue going through a full day with the Pixel XL without worrying about running out of juice, and moderate use could get you a day and a half, thanks to HTC the Pixel XL does support quick charging and the built-in wall charger takes about two hours to fully replenish a battery from 0 to 100%.
Pic Courtesy – Android Central

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