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The TOP-3 inexpensive smartphones with long battery life are named

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jul3,2024

Top-3 inexpensive smartphones with long battery life are named

Now more than ever, smartphones with a large battery that help you stay connected far from an outlet as long as possible are relevant. Let's choose the best options right now.

Smartphones with large batteries are in great demand by the military, who often simply do not have the opportunity to charge their gadgets often.

However, even ordinary civilians in conditions of regular blackouts think about getting a smartphone that lives far from an outlet for a long time.

Most often, protected smartphones can boast a long working time. It is easiest to hide a large battery in their huge and thick cases.

But some models of ordinary design can also bring surprises in terms of longevity.

Let's talk about three interesting smartphones with long battery life and acceptable price tags.

Ulefone Armor 24 12/256 GB

From UAH 12,000

This huge and heavy "brick" embodies all the stereotypes on the topic of protected smartphones with large batteries. With a thickness of 27.5 mm and a weight of 645 g, Ulefone Armor 24 could “swallow” with ease. a couple of modern iPhones.

However, its case is protected against water, dust and shocks according to the IP69K military standard, and a battery with an enchanting capacity of 22,000 mAh is hidden inside.

Even with active use, Ulefone Armor 24 can provide 5−6 days of battery life.

There is also a 66W fast charger. This makes it possible to charge the battery to 50% in just 30−35 minutes.

Otherwise, this is a typical middle-class filling. Fairly bright 6.78-inch screen (IPS-matrix, 2460×1080 pixels, 120 Hz). MediaTek Helio G96 processor, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of built-in storage (expandable up to 2 TB).

The camera here has two 64MP modules, but you shouldn't expect miracles from it. During the day, she shoots acceptable, and in the evening… well just shoots. There is support for NFC and LTE networks, and Android 13 is also completely up-to-date on board.

Oukitel WP26 8/256 GB

From UAH 9,000

Another            which will not fit in every pocket. M’so to speak.

The thickness of the case here — 18.3 mm. Weight — 405 g.

A large 10,000 mAh battery is hidden inside. You are guaranteed 3−4 days of autonomous work. There is no fast charging here, if you don't consider the 18 W charging as such.

The MediaTek Helio P90 processor allows the smartphone not to slow down during everyday use. And you can even play games. 8 GB  of RAM and 256 GB  built-in for this segment — quite acceptable. You can use memory cards (up to 2 TB).

There is NFC and support for LTE networks. On board — Android 13.

The Oukitel WP26 generally has a good screen (6.58 inches, IPS-matrix, 2408×1080 pixels, but standard 60 Hz).

Triple main camera (48 MP + 20 MP + 2 MP) shoots as expected from a smartphone with such a price tag. No better and no worse.

Tecno POVA 6 NEO

From UAH 7,500

So far, the Tecno brand, which is not very well-known in Ukraine, like all newcomers, is desperately fighting for the price-quality ratio. Tecno POVA 6 NEO has quite significant characteristics for such a price tag. 6.78-inch screen (IPS-matrix, 2460×1080 pixels, 120 Hz). MediaTek Helio G99 Ultimate processor, with which you can even play games well. 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB built-in. The camera (50 MP + 2 MP) shoots mediocre, but not disgusting. There is NFC, LTE and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Tecno POVA 6 NEO runs Android 14.

Not bad overall, right?

But in the context of this article, we are more interested in autonomy. Tecno POVA 6 NEO received a battery with a capacity of 7000 mAh.

You are guaranteed two to three days of battery life depending on the intensity of use. Of course, games "land" battery faster.

Fast charging with a power of 33 W is supported. Not a record value, of course, but generally not bad for this class of smartphones.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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