This month Galaxy Note 3 & Galaxy Gear was launched by Samsung at IFA Event 2013 in Berlin, since then its available for pre-order by many carriers however it has not come to our hands or any of the geeks yet to perform any benchmarks or check with battery etc. However people in Korea are getting their hands-on the newest precious smartest and powerful smartphone #GalaxyNote3 and one of the Korean tech site have revealed the battery tests.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 offers a 5.7-inch Full 1080p HD AMOLED display and packs a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM under the hood. There is whopping big size battery of 3200 mAH capacity which delivers the power needed for this powerful smartphone.
Below are the tests performed by the Korean website.
Web surfing – Continuous
The default browser had been kept running and page was auto-refreshed in every 5 seconds, brightness was set around 230 CD/㎡ which is also set as standard for most the devices while testing the battery juice.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – Brightness Option
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – Web browsing on WIFI with full brightness setting
In the below graph, the higher is better. Brightness was increased from 230 to 340 to test the smartphone usage in comparison with others.
Please note you might expect the battery output to be lower than the most of the smartphones out there mainly because firstly Galaxy Note 3 has 5.7 inches FULL HD Super AMOLED screen which takes loads of power in full brightness. However in watching movie or other stuff we saw battery usage to be lesser than most of the smartphones out there.
The other tests and benchmarks will be posted on our website soon for your information. We are eagerly waiting to Galaxy Note 3 in our hands.