You are thinking about importing the Mi6, but you have doubts if the new flagship of Xiaomi is worth? A comparison against major market launches will help you decide on the new smartphone from Xiaomi.
A battery test performed by the channel XeetechCare, puts the Mi6 side by side of LG G6, Google Pixel XL and OnePlus 3T. The new Xiaomi smartphone features the most powerful chipset today, the Snapdragon 835, while the rest rely on Snapdragon 821’s top-of-the-line SoC.
|Xiaomi Mi 6||3.350 mAh|
|OnePlus 3T||3.400 mAh|
|LG G6||3.300 mAh|
|Google Pixel XL||3.450 mAh|
The first round of the test is to rotate videos for 1 hour on Instagram with the maximum screen brightness. The G6 finished the round with 88% remaining battery, OnePlus 3T with 85%, Pixel XL and Mi 6 with 86% both.
The second round is with videos running on YouTube for 2 hours, and here we see a change in results. The G6 ended up suffering the biggest loss of load, dropping to 56%. Secondly, we have the Mi6 with only 58%, followed by the Pixel XL with 65% and OnePlus 3T with 67%.
The third round of the test consists of running Asphalt 8 for 1 hour, and once again we see the G6 in last with 33% remaining load. The Mi 6 follows in second with 39% remaining, Pixel XL with 45% and OnePlus 3T with 48%.
Last round is to record videos in 4K until you toast the rest of a load of each device. And as expected, the LG G6 was the first to die. The suppressed comes to the Pixel XL that ended up unloading before the Mi6. Finally, the OnePlus 3T was last, but only with 4% of battery.
What we see is that Mi6, despite not having passed the test, did not lose much for the OnePlus 3T, but showing a considerable advantage against the models of Google and LG.