Samsung Galaxy S6 has been the talk of the town, receiving huge response from customers and critics. However, one issue that is bothering them and even the company itself is the battery life of the new smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 battery has become a matter of concern owning to the fact that it is not removable, a sharp contrast to other models from the company. The Galaxy S6 edge battery is only 2600 mAH, lower than that of the Galaxy S5’s 2800 mAH and LG G3’s 3000 mAH batteries. For such a high-feature smartphone, the battery life for the S6 is astoundingly low.
The total battery life estimated by Android Authority at around 14 hours 11 minutes, while the screen uses up around 25% of the battery life. However, it largely depends on how one uses the phone and what kind of games are being played.
Samsung’s decision to seal the battery for its device rules out the possibility of carrying an extra battery. You will need to carry a charger at all times.
Earlier this month, the major concern was the availability of the Galaxy S6 edge. The issue that popped up was that the company is not able to manufacture as many curved glass as required.