The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The Apple iPhone 7 Plus. The Google Pixel XL. The batteries of these phones were compared keeping the conditions the same. Let the BATTLE BEGIN . . .
All three phones were kept at 1% battery in offline mode to not affect results by wi-fi or bluetooth according to SuperSaf TV. Also, they all used the original chargers that ship with the phone and not any other chargers, to play fair.
Results were monitored every half hour. In the beginning, the Galaxy S7 Edge was taking the lead at 46%, followed by the Pixel XL at 24%, and the iPhone 7 Plus being furthest behind with 18%. After another half hour, the trends continued with the Galaxy S7 Edge at 54%, and the Pixel XL and iPhone 7 Plus lagging behind.
The Galaxy S7 Edge took almost one and half hours of charging followed by the Pixel XL that took about two hours, and lastly, the iPhone 7 Plus took about three and a half hours.
The iPhone 7 Plus was lagging surprisingly behind, given that it had the smallest battery out of the three. The iPhone 7 Plus has a 2900mAh battery in comparison to the Pixel XL that has 3450mAh battery and the Galaxy S7 Edge with a 3600mAh battery. Apple should look into their chargers and increase the amount of power it provides to their phones. If the iPhone 7 Plus has the smallest battery out of the three, then it should at least have a greater charging speed.
The verdict is the - Galaxy S7 Edge is the winner among all in charging speed!