iPhone 6 Plus (6 hours 32 minutes).The score the device managed is just under 6 hours and 40 minutes, which is not bad, but not great either. In comparison, the OnePlus One, despite its smaller, 3,100 mAh cell, managed the excellent 8 hours and 5 minutes, while mainstream rivals like the Note5 also outdid it. Still, on the whole, the OnePlus 2 still handled the test better than the LG G4 (6 hours and 6 minutes) and the Apple
Here's how it stacks up against competitors:
The OnePlus 2 doesn't impress with charging time — the minutes needed to get from 0% to 100% — either, and again proved inferior than its predecessor. At 150 minutes, its score is, once again, not bad, but not great, and lags the OnePlus One, which gets up to full half an hour faster:
In any case, its score is definitely curious, as the OnePlus 2 doesn't bring a bigger screen to the table, or one with a higher resolution, yet performs worse than its predecessor. So, once again, the prime suspect is the Snapdragon 810, which is yet to be seen in a device that aces a battery benchmark. Is it possible that Qualcomm's latest and greatest just isn't that well optimized?