The best Samsung phones that have the best External Batteries that are compatible with all the models is the Galaxy SII with its 2600 mAh Battery, this will last you up to six hours of active usage and is compatible with GPRS and EDGE technologies. The iPhone has a 3G and a 2G with GPRS capabilities, this makes it one of the most efficient phones on the market today.
Although the iPhone battery will not last as long as the other Samsung Phones, it still has the highest capacity that comes with its batteries, which can handle both a heavy application and heavy use of the camera and the gaming capabilities. The Samsung Galaxy SII has the best and latest technology which is the “Multi-Window” which allows the users to use both the internal and the external display simultaneously.
Super Power Saving Mode
Another quality that Samsung provides their customers is their “Super Power Saving” which means that they can save more power by putting a high-efficiency power management technology that will prevent the phone from overheating and then turn off automatically when not in use. The iPhone user will need to turn off the iPhone as well, however, this can be done with the high-tech “Lithium-Ion Technology.”
The Samsung battery has three different components and this includes the charge control, the charge control, and the fast charge. The good thing about these three parts is that they can work independently from each other.
Multi Windows Advance Feature
The Multi-Window technology with Samsung uses the S-Pen and since the users have to hold down the pen on the home screen when they start using the phone to enable the application, the S-Pen technology can act as a charge control. This is what we call the external Battery S-Pen.
This means that we have the Multi Window technology with the Samsung that gives us the Phablet. The company also added the USB 2.0 to the Phablet which allows it to transfer data at speeds of up to 5 Gbps.
Best Technological Advancement
In the rest of the smartphones that are out there, we see the older systems that were slower than the ones on the Phablet. It’s clear that the Samsung Phablet is ahead of the pack since it has some of the best technologies.
The rechargeable batteries also come with an integrated “Quad S-Sensor” which helps the user to know when they need to recharge the battery. The only downside is that the only way to recharge the batteries is through the micro USB port.
The technology in Samsung has evolved a lot since the days when the first iPhone came out. Even though the technology is not the same, it is far more advanced compared to any other manufacturer.
The latest feature in the battery of the Samsung Phablet is heat management. The S-Pen also acts as a cooling pad for the user by lowering the temperature, to lessen the shock from the people who will use the Samsung Phablet.
The Apple iPhone battery has physical heat management because the Apple iPhones have a fan, however, the Samsung Phablet does not have a fan. With the large amount of heat generated by the phones and the graphics processing unit, the heating effect is made even worse.
The Samsung Phablet has the most efficient batteries available on the market today. This means that the users will have less chance of getting shocked and therefore their phones will last longer and enjoy a longer life.