Google Nexus 9 tablet showed strength in battery life test.
It has been a short time since Google introduced its almost 9-inch tablet and injected new blood into the arteries of Nexus tablets. Regardless of all the issues related to the features and performance of a tablet, its battery section always has a special place and the attention of manufacturers to it attracts more users’ satisfaction. Nexus 9 tablet has a high-resolution display (1536×2048 pixels) and a powerful Nvidia Tegra K1 chipset. The list has its own specifications; That raises our expectations for the battery. Fortunately, Google has put a 6700 mAh lithium-polymer battery on its tablet, which according to the tests has a very good life and has a good charging speed.
The results of the tests are based on a special script that is executed on the tablet and simulates the performance of a user with an average usage volume. As we can see, the battery of the Nexus 9 lasts for about nine and a half hours, which is a very good amount and survives almost two days in the hands of the user! In terms of charging speed, this tablet performs well and appears satisfactory. As a reminder, we know that as the hardware power and resolution and screen dimensions of a tablet increase, its battery capacity also increases accordingly. For this reason, we see a 9500 mAh battery on a giant tablet like the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2. After that, it is the art of manufacturers to reduce the charging time mainly by increasing the amperage and also by increasing the voltage of the adapter that comes with the tablet.