The Nothing Phone (1) is an engrossing smartphone that provides a distinctive transparent rear panel with LED lights. The mid-price of the smartphone market has grown up quite a bit, and this month, we have numerous new and engrossing devices.
The tests were done at the maximum possible levels of evenness to lessen the chances of mistakes on the devices. The display was kept at full brightness. The Nothing Phone, Oneplus Nord 2T, iQOO Neo 6, and POCO F4 get 4,500mAh, 4,500mAh, 4,700mAh, and 4,500mAh batteries, respectively.
Nothing Phone (1) vs OnePlus Nord 2T vs iQOO Neo 6 vs POCO F4 battery test
The first was a video test for a total time of two hours. The test fatigued the Nothing Phone the most, which dropped from its 100 percent charge level to 79 percent. All others held a reasonable 80+ percent charge, with the iQOO Neo 6 holding up the power with 89 percent charge left.
The next test tested the work on the devices. This test drew the POCO F4 the most, which dropped down to 57 percent of battery juice, while the iQOO Neo 6 continued the lead with 65 percent power left in its battery pack. The performance test made way for a rapid round of gaming, and here the Nothing Phone grasped the lead while the POCO F4 trailed at the final position.
Then came up the camera test, and that laden the OnePlus Nord 2T, which drained after working for 5 hours and 38 minutes. The POCO F4 fell next, after working for 5 hours and 51 minutes. The camera tests made way for a round of social media searching, and that is when the iQOO Neo 6, which has the largest battery power, had its last cry and ran out of steam at 6 hours and 13 minutes. The last phone standing for the test hence, is the recent mid-ranger, the Nothing Phone, which lasted for 7 hours and 2 minutes.
Once all phones went down, MSP conducted a charging test. The Phone is faster to charge at 33W. The POCO F4 is next with 67W charging support, while the OnePlus Nord 2T and iQOO Neo 6 both charge at 80W speeds.