How Long Should My Mobile Phone Battery Last

A smartphone connected to a charger with the screen showing the battery is charging

Below is the length of time that manufacturers recommend each device should last from full charge if used for ‘talk time’. As a rule of thumb, the battery tends to drain a bit quicker than this if you’re using mobile data or Wi-Fi but much slower if you’re only listening to some tunes.

iPhone 4 – 6 Hours

iPhone 5 – 8 Hours

iPhone 6  – 14 Hours

Samsung Galaxy S7 – 22 Hours

Samsung Galaxy A5 – 16 Hours

Samsung Galaxy A7 – 17 Hours

Samsung Galaxy A8 – 17 Hours

Samsung Galaxy E5 – 16 Hours

Samsung Galaxy E7 – 18 Hours

HTC One – 18 Hours

HTC One (M8) – 20 Hours

HTC One Mini – 13 Hours 20 Minutes

Nexus One – 7 Hours

Nexus S – 6 Hours 40 Minutes

Galaxy Nexus – 8 Hours 20 Minutes

Nexus 4 – 15 Hours

Nexus 5 – 17 Hours

Nexus 6 – 23 Hours

Nexus 5x – 15 Hours

Nexus 6p – 23 Hours

LG G5 – 20 Hours

Sony Xperia X – Unknown

Sony Xperia M5 – 12 Hours

Sony Xperia M4 – 13 Hours 20 Minutes

Sony Xperia Z5 – 17 Hours

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