We just finished testing the Samsung Galaxy A55‘s battery life, and the results show a significant increase in over the Galaxy A54.

The Galaxy A55 runs on a new Exynos 1480 chipset, which promised improved efficiency on paper, and the same 5,000 mAh battery as its predecessors. The display is now 0.2″ larger too, which could also increase power consumption.

Yet, we see a significant improvement in battery life over the Galaxy A54. There are notable improvements in all tests except gaming.

The new Galaxy A55 achieves an Active Use Score of 13:27h, which is very good. Web browsing and call time see improvements, but our video streaming test is by far the biggest upgrade compared to last year’s model.

Compared to its rivals the Galaxy A55 clearly does well, beating each and every one, except for the Nothing Phone (2a). The Exynos 1480 is clearly an excellent effort by team Galaxy when it comes to efficiency.

Stay tuned for our full review to see how well the rest of the phone performs.

Samsung Galaxy A55

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