If we buy with the results that have been obtained with devices that are in the same market segment, it must be said that it is behind the Galaxy Note 4, which may be due to the screen it uses that reduces internal space. On the contrary, it easily outperforms iPhone 6 Plus. In other words, there is no mismanagement of the 3,000 mAh battery that is included in the device (by the way, the Note 4 integrates a 3,220 mAh battery).
Then we leave you a comparative chart in which you can see the time of use without the need to recharge that has been published and confirms the aforementioned. One detail to comment on is that they are all quite far from the Motorola Droid Turbo:
Recharge time is also important
And, here, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge does get a very good grade, excellent I would have to say. According to the results that have been provided, the battery that is included in the device recharges in 82 minutes (from being completely empty to 100%). If compared with the Note 4, this model needs 95 minutes, which is a bit more time and, the explanation, may be at the highest battery charge as we have indicated. But the truth is that the phablet with a curved screen on its side does not work badly here.
In short, that the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, apart from being an example of innovation and integration of novel components, especially its screen, shows that it offers a operation in essential sections such as remarkable autonomy. Therefore, it is an interesting and differential option for the segment of phablets, increasingly important.
Source: Phone Arena