Adding the iPhone 11 Pro, OnePlus 7T, and Galaxy S10e battery results to our website (tutorial)

Adding the iPhone 11 Pro, OnePlus 7T, and Galaxy S10e battery results to our website (tutorial)

– What’s up guys? David here, and easily the most common type of request that we get here at Phone Buff, is requests for us to test more phones. And look, I’d love to test
every smart phone out there, but with our tests taking up to a week to produce per phone, with like the programming of the robots, and everything that goes into it. There’s just not enough time and resources for us to do them all. But in today’s video, we are trying something new. Something that I think can
help us test more phones for you guys than we usually do. By partnering with our long-time
channel sponsor in Wix. Who, by sponsoring today’s video, has given us the resources we needed to run four new battery tests, on some pretty big phones that we missed out on last year. In this video, we’re going over the battery test results for the iPhone 11 Pro, which you know we tested the 11 Pro Max, and the regular 11, but we did miss out on the regular 11 Pro. We’ve tested the smaller Galaxy S10e. The 90 hertz OnePlus 7T, and the OnePlus 7T Pro. Now because this is more of a round-up helping us catch up
with some of the phones that we’ve missed. The way that we’re going to be doing it isn’t a typical comparison. And instead, what I’m gonna be doing, is adding these battery
test results to our website. And because Wix made this
entire thing possible, I’ll be doing a walkthrough of how we built our website
using Wix in the process. All right so, We’ll start off by popping
into the Wix website editor, where we’re immediately taken to the homepage of our website. Using this top menu, we’ll switch pages to
the battery test Page. This page is pretty simple, as our whole website is, with a graphic banner here at the top, a text box here on the left, with a short description
about the test itself. And on the right we have a video widget, that doesn’t just link to our channel, but it links specifically to
our battery test playlist. That way any time we
upload a battery test, the video here gets updated automatically, which is great, because I know that I’d
probably forget to do it. And then finally, here at the bottom, is the main purpose of the page, and our official battery test rankings. Which is simply just a
list of all the phones that we’ve tested so far. So I added this list, and everything you see
here on our website. Using the side-bar menu, and the editor where you have options to do things, like customizing the menus, and changing the page background, but the main thing that I end up using, is this plus icon, that lets you add almost anything you can imagine to your site. So, for the text box I just went to text, and then paragraph. For the video widget,
I just went to video, and then obviously YouTube. And for the main list, I just went to lists and grids, and I used this specific list as my base and then I just tweaked it to look just the way I want it. Okay so the first phone
that we’ll be adding to the battery test results, is the Galaxy S10e. Since we’re adding a Samsung phone here, I’ll just duplicate one of
the existing Samsung phones, so that way I don’t have to
change the manufacturer logo. Of course, if I wanted to
change the logo if I had to, I could just hit change image on the icon, and do it from there. But all we have to do for now, is change the name of the phone, change the specs, which for the S10e
means a 5.8 inch screen, a 3100 milliamp hour battery, with a native 1080p resolution. So for the results, this Snapdragon variant
of the Galaxy S10e, actually lasted longer than the Galaxy S10 with the Exynos chip. But this is only by a minute, with a total time of 23 hours on the dot. Which considering a 16 hour stand-by, means it had seven hours of screen time. So, not the best results. But to be fair it is a small
phone with a small battery. Next phone we’ll add is
the 90 hertz OnePlus 7T. So same thing again, we’ll duplicate a OnePlus phone this time, and change the name and specs, which includes a 6.5
inch 90 hertz display, with a native 1080p resolution, and a pretty big 3800
milliamp hour battery. And the results were, actually pretty surprising. Despite the 90 hertz refresh rate, it did really, really well. Lasting 25 hours, and 34 minutes in total. With a screen on time of
nine hours and 34 minutes. Which places it, at least for right now, at third place. So a top three rating for a phone that has a higher refresh rate. Who would’ve ever thought, that a phone with a high refresh rate, can have good battery? Next up is the 7T’s big brother, and the 7T Pro, which has a slightly larger
screen at 6.7 inches, a slightly larger battery
at 4085 milliamp hours, but it also has a significantly higher
1440p native resolution, which actually ended up in it having slightly lower battery life. In total it lasted 25
hours and five minutes, with screen time of nine
hours and five minutes. So not as good as the regular OnePlus 7T, but still a pretty good result. If I had to guess, I
would say the differences was due to the difference
in native resolution, but either way I think the results on both of these phones are excellent. And then finally, the phone that I was most
excited about testing for this video, is that regular iPhone 11 Pro. We’ll duplicate the 11 Pro Max’s row here, which is the current battery test champ, beating the next best
phone by almost two hours. But we’ll go ahead and
change the name to 11 Pro, and the specs with a smaller
5.8 inch screen on the 11 pro, but obviously a much smaller
battery at 3046 milliamp hours. Which resulted in a total time
of 25 hours and 24 minutes, with nine hours and 24 minutes
of that being screen on time. So that’s a crazy result. It’s longer than the Galaxy S10, and the Note 10+, which are obviously bigger phones, with bigger batteries, and it actually did that with similar specs as the Galaxy S10e, which sits all the way at
the bottom of our rankings. Now last step is adding
the numbered rankings to all the results. We’re just changing
these little text boxes, and there you have it. I hope you guys have
found this video helpful. I’m happy we’re able
to add four new results to our battery test rankings. Big thanks again to Wix for
making this video possible. If you’re thinking about
building your own website, you can help us out by using that first link down
below in the description. And now if you guys like this
concept of a sponsored video that lets us test more
phones than we usually do, give this video a thumbs up, it’ll help us out. You know maybe we could do other phones, like the ROG phones, and the Razer phones, I don’t know. But anyways that is it
for me and this video. Thank you guys for watching, and as always, I’ll see you in the very next episode.

75 thoughts on “Adding the iPhone 11 Pro, OnePlus 7T, and Galaxy S10e battery results to our website (tutorial)

  1. Hi david

  2. Nice

  3. First comment ever than❤❤

  4. Nice one hope more from u

  5. I'm a simple man, PhoneBuff uploads a video…I like the video

  6. First

  7. FIRST!

  8. 2 videos in 3 days by phonebuff , 😯wow

  9. How much time is left in S20 series launch event when are you watching this video?

  10. 19 views 32 likes. Good job youtube

  11. All The Best…

  12. yo 48 seconds ago video found for the first time!!!!

  13. NICE…..🥰🥰❤❤

  14. The best. . . I like to choose 7t as my next phone .

  15. Anyway you’d like to add battery tests for phone vlogging? I have a lot of experience 😭😂

  16. Love your videos bro 👊

  17. Super curious about the difference between 60,90 and 120htz ON THE SAME PHONE. How much is battery life affected?

  18. bruh you upload normal vids once a month give or take stop complaining

  19. officially it is an ad for the website company . this is bad . frist time to give a thumb down . this is not a proper way for a video from such a channel

  20. The iPhone 11 has an HD+ resolution and a little bigger battery than the iPhone 11 Pro but still last less than it

  21. 4:28 🤣 Burn

  22. Hey! Can you do a test for Mi 9? Thanks

  23. Missing the Mate 30 Pro. Beast of a battery. And Mate 20 X even better.

  24. Wtf is this video. It is just a wix ad… Dislike.

  25. Wow. He sponser wix very well

  26. Can't wait to test the Galaxy S20!

  27. Do Asus Rog phone 2

  28. well… I mean we used Wix for doing some website stuff here in PH, so…

    Wix though is really easy to use

  29. I do realize that channels need sponsors to support themselves and produce videos. But making this type of video on such a channel is just ridiculous man. Big thumbs down.

  30. 6:20

  31. 6:10

  32. ROG phone 2 would crush them all!

  33. Finally s10e

  34. Huh! you love mac OS.

  35. Aaaaand… First dislike for totally useless video. See you, in a very next episode.

  36. Where are the LG flagship!??😒

  37. Rog 2 Please !

  38. Where is mate30pro, thanks a lot.

  39. The Rog Phone 2 Seems interesting 🤔

  40. Where's the ROG PHONE 2 at that phone is the king for battery other than the energizer phone

  41. ROG phone & Huawei Mate 30 pro would've been good too

  42. Rog2 !!!

  43. Samsung fanboys so quiet.

  44. Sorry, I did NOT like how you are walking us through how to use the product that your sponsor wanted you to peddle. We want to see purely phone videos and tests etc.. not how to use a sponsor's product.

  45. Who is watching on an s10e

  46. 60 vs 90 vs 120 Hz battery test

  47. Can you do a comparison of the iPhone 11 pro Max vs the Samsung Galaxy a70

  48. What is screen on time of iPhone 7 Plus?

  49. Well it’s not exciting like the actual battery drain test but at least we’ll get to see where more phones stand 👍🏽👍🏽

  50. nice commercial…

  51. The ASUS ROG Phone has been advertised with a large battery capacity and life. I think it is time for you guys to check it out.

  52. 60hz 2018
    90hz 2019
    120hz 2020

    1337hz 2042

  53. When is the charge test coming?

  54. Your website link every video in bio pls

  55. You do only battery test and speed test and thus have lesser load then other YouTubers but the latter is able to cover a larger array of phones…not saying that your work is bad, but just want you to try even harder…all the best 👍🏻

  56. Can you make the text box with the rank number dynamically fill? So you don't have to type them all in every time you update the list

  57. just stop using that robot.

  58. 60, 90, 120hz battery and speed test.

  59. How tf these reviewers could get 7+hours of screen one time while my 7 pro only last at most 6,5 hours of screen on time 😤😤😤

  60. For me the OP7T is the best mid range of 2019 and the only thing which is huge disadvantage is the display which is 6.55 which is big and with a case it is tough to hold on so skin was the only choice left for me so applied the green camo one from gadgetshieldz.

  61. Zenfone 6 please

  62. @PhoneBuff Please do Asus ROG Phone 2 battery test!!!! PLZ PLZ PLZ @PhoneBuff

  63. Asus rog 2 and Galaxy M30s have 6000 mah. Those could have some looooong lasting battery life.

  64. Stupid results

  65. Test the mi note 10 pro

  66. No

  67. That's the McLaren edition not the 7t pro. Also this was not a good way to show these tests. Watching you add stuff to your website will get me to unsubscribe and click 'not interested"

  68. s10е 7 часов экрана???? Вранье. Если даже он на snape то все равно слишком не реальный результат.ЧАСА 4 еще поверю.

  69. Not really since this video is basically one giant ad…

  70. love OnePlus here

  71. For sure do more sponsers please, Your tests are the best out ther 🙂

  72. Bro why so less video ?? Your videos are one of the best videos out there, please release atleast 2 video per week

  73. Great work ✌️

  74. Hey I really enjoy your videos – I understand that programming the machine and going through several tests takes it's time, so why don't you just do more charge tests inbetween the speed or battery tests?

    It only makes sense when you think a charge test can take less than an hour now (maybe 2 or 3 hours for you, as I know you do multiple tests to be fair).
    Releasing those quick and easy videos will also bring in revenue to help fund the bigger tests, maybe leading to more gaming and mid-range phones showing results on your website.

    Anyway, that's just how I feel – I know there's probably a reason behind you not doing so.

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