Foreign media test mobile phone Bluetooth power consumption: almost no impact

The first test scenario was battery consumption under normal daily use. It home learned that the two groups of mobile phones are divided into one group to turn on Bluetooth and one group to turn off Bluetooth. Each group has three different operations. The first step is to manually swipe the web page for 90 minutes, standby for 90 minutes, and then swipe the web page for more than 90 minutes. The second step is to wait for 16 hours. The three links repeat the first step. < / P > < p > the second test scenario was a 4-hour video playback. The report only mentioned the operation of the three stages from turning off Bluetooth, turning on Bluetooth and connecting Bluetooth devices to play, but the specific duration was not mentioned. In this test, the screen brightness of all models is set to 200nit, and all functions except test factors are turned off. < p > < p > finally, the average power consumption of five models is given by androidauthority after a series of tests. The results show that the average power consumption of Bluetooth is 49.4% when Bluetooth is turned off and 51.2% when Bluetooth is on. < / P > < p > it is reported that the power consumption difference between the devices used in the test is very small, with a difference of 3% between Huawei P40 pro and Xiaomi poco F2 pro, and almost no difference between Samsung Galaxy S20 and real super zoom. Android authority finally concluded that turning on Bluetooth has little impact on the power consumption, and has little impact on the battery life. However, when users operate with high power consumption, it reduces the impact of Bluetooth on the overall power consumption. Therefore, users need not worry too much about whether their blue teeth are turned on or not. Continue ReadingDeveloped a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing