- OnePlus 11 charges faster compared to the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
- While the OnePlus phone comes with a 100W charging adapter, the Galaxy S23 Ultra doesn’t have a charger in the box.
- OnePlus 11 and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra are the latest flagships with Snapdragon 8 Gen2 SoC.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and OnePlus 11 are the latest flagships on the market and come with the mighty Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 SoC. Both phones have received fairly good reviews from the experts and some are calling the OnePlus 11 a resurrection of the brand that took a hit last year with the OnePlus 10 series. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra brings improved cameras, improved performance and other subtle yet important aesthetic changes. However, one area where OnePlus 11 overpowers the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is the charging department.
Noted YouTube channel, Phandroid has posted a video demonstrating the charging speed between the OnePlus 11 and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra to see which charges quickly. The results are not very surprising.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs OnePlus 11 charging
As already known, the OnePlus 11 ships with 100W charging support and the adapter is included in the box. While the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra supports a maximum speed of 45W and the adapter is not included in the box. For the sake of the video, Phandroid has used an Anker charging adapter which can charge at 120W speed.
Read our review: OnePlus 11 and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
The video starts with both phones at 1 percent battery. However, OnePlus 11 takes an incredible 31 minutes to charge fully to 100 percent. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra takes a good 1 hour and 18 minutes to get to the final line. There’s almost 47 minutes time gap between the phones. This is despite using a 120W charging adapter for the Samsung flagship. The video is a testament to show how incredibly fast the charging speeds are on OnePlus phones, for that matter even brands like Realme, Xiaomi, Vivo, and OPPO too offer similar speeds.
Samsung and Apple are yet to catch up with the charging game as the competition is driving past them by a good margin.
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