Android Phones With Huge Battery Life (2017)

Android Battery Life

At the end of the day it's battery which keeps the lights of our phone on. In this article we'll be talking about smartphones with humongous battery life. Normally a smartphones lasts a full day with moderate use, but with an increase in use of 4G data we need to recharge it more often.

Here's the list of Android Phones with Huge Battery Life:

ASUS Zenfone 3S Max

ASUS Zenfone 3S Max

Earlier this year in January ASUS unveiled a higher variant of it's Zenfone 3 device. This new Max variant comes with a huge 5,000mAh of battery. Company claims that the device will give up to 38 days of standby time.

Lenovo P2

Lenovo P2

Lenovo P2 which company officially launched last year in September also packs huge battery pack up of 5,100 mAh. If you are looking for a smartphone with battery pack up which will last for hours then this device is worth considering. There's also an 'ultra power saving mode' which will be activated with the dedicated side switch.

Xiaomi Mi Max

Xiaomi Mi Max

Xiaomi officially revealed its Mi Max smartphone last year in November. The device came up with a large immersive display and some solid hardware for a very reasonable price. The device also houses a heft battery of size 4,850mAh which is really impressive. It also supports for Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, but you have to purchase 3.0 charger separately as Xiaomi only provides Quick charger 2.0.

Huawei Mate 9


Huawei Mate 9

Huawei Mate 9 went official last year in November, the device came up with huge 4,000mAh of battery. Company claims that it's SuperCharge charger will charge your device quickly, and with 20 minutes of charge your device will easily run throughout a day. 

Lenovo K6 Power


Lenovo K6 Power

Back in 2016 Lenovo took wraps off it's K6 Power handset. The device came up with 5-inch of screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 chipset, 3GB of RAM and a hefty 4,000mAh of non-removable battery. 

Xiaomi Redmi 3S


Xiaomi Redmi 3S

Redmi 3S packs a punch with a large 4,100 mAh battery that easily powers through two days of usage on a single charge, and is the first smartphone in India powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa-core processor. Coupled with an amazing 13MP camera built into a premium metal finish body, we believe that Mi fans will love Redmi 3S and Redmi 3S Prime for their amazing features at simply incredible prices.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4


Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

Last year Xiaomi officially unveils Redmi Note 4, at that time the handset was only available for purchase in it's homeland. Then in the beginning of the year the chineese company launched it in India. Since then the device has gain quite success thanks to it's huge 4,100mAh battery which got everyone's attention.

ZTE Nubia N1


ZTE Nubia N1

Last year ZTE unveiled nubia N1 in China with a huge battery, premium build, mediaTek processor all this at an affordable price. The device came up with a battery size of 5,000mAh which on moderate usage will easily last 2 days.

Gionee M6 & M6 Plus


Gionee M6 & M6 Plus

Gionee last year announced two new smartphones namely- Gionee M6 & M6 Plus successor to last year's M5 & M5 Plus. Both the devices clads an all-metal body and runs on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system on the top of Amigo 3.5 UI. The catchy or we can say the USP of both the devices are their batteries. M6 is backed by a 5,000mAh of non-removable battery and the M6 plus sports a humongous 6,020mAh of battery. 

Both the devices comes with fast charging, the M6 is accompanied with a 9V/2A power adapter while the M6 Plus come with a 12v/2A power adapter.

Motorola Moto Z Play

Motorola Moto Z Play

Company claims that it's mid-range smartphone Moto Z Play has the best battery life on any of their smartphone ever. The device houses a 3,510mAh of battery which according to Motorola on moderates usage will last up to 2 days.

Which one of the above is your top pic? Do share your views via comments below!

Benny Singh
Forever Tinkering With Gadgets

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