Having as its main differential for the category its 5.7 inch screen with drop notch, the model has only 3,000mAh of battery capacity, which for the current standards can ignite an alert in the consumers’ heads, since most of the rivals come with 4,000 or even 5,000mAh.
But is it really necessary to worry or has Samsung managed to optimize the set to deliver good autonomy? That’s what we’re going to find out.
Our real-time battery test is standardized, allowing us to have a good idea of how the Galaxy A01 stands up to rivals in this regard. In it, we run various apps, games and services in timed cycles until the battery runs out completely, giving a standby time between them so that we can monitor consumption in the background.
The test with the Galaxy A01 starts at 7 am on Monday, May 11th, so set the alarm clock to follow everything in real time with us if you are interested in the device.