Phones with Large Batteries ($300- $1000)

Hi everyone, as above I am looking for a new phone to upgrade from my broken S10, I am really looking for a large battery (preferably 5000mah or similar) and preferably one that is not an Oppo A52 or similar budget phone, are there actually any phones higher priced that have good battery life / large battery?

Thanks all!

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    Xiaomi mi max 3

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    Nokia Mobira Senator has quite a Large Battery

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    Moto G9 Play

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      I recently bought this (250 GGC) and it comes with earbuds and a simple case. - 5000mAh

      • Also Bluetooth 5 is much more power efficient than 4 and 5.1 is better still - Phone is 5.0

      Good battery life. AC WiFi, but occasionally stutters due playback.I have only tested at home, where we are NBN Capped at 25Mbps, and 4 users.

      Charging is reported to be slow, but as I charge o/n it has not been observed.

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    Whichever phone that suits your needs and desires, plus a 5,000mAh powerbank (about $10 on top of the phone's price).

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    the ASUS and Black shark gaming phones have gigantic batteries, as do some of the mid ranger phones like Poco X3, Moto G 5G, Redmi note 9s, Samsung Galaxy A21s

    You can also use GSM arena to search for phones with specific battery capacities.

    See all phones with 5000mah battery
    https://www.gsmarena.com/results.php3?nYearMin=2019&nPriceMa...

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    It's not the size that matters but how you use it :)

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      you spin me right round baby right round

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    If you are not gaming, you don’t need a top range soc with xxl battery, a mid range soc with some what 4,000mah can last longer and give you more choices to pick.

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    It depends on why you need the big battery.

    Maximum battery life?
    Get something like a QSD 632 (or more efficient) with a big battery.

    More power for item/processor/display/etc etc?
    Opt for a smaller battery, with a flagship SoC (ie QSD 865).

    Other options are to carry a power bank, utilise wireless/trickle charging, or have spare battery for User Replaceable phone.

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    Spend your money on an actual decent phone like Xperia 5 ii. Avoid the mid-range stuff or Chinese phones that are quickly abandoned, just a waste of money.

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      Issues with accessing 5G according to Whirlpool forums if that's important to OP.

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    go to gsmarena.com and use the 'phone finder',
    to search for phones with criteria that matter to you,
    eg. select your minimum battery size, screen size, etc.

    PS:
    i have a Asus Zenfone 6 [ZS630KL] (with 5,000 mAh battery).
    it's quite good.
    if you don't need a high quality camera,
    i really rate Motorola phones, for their build and stock Android OS
    (so, find the Motorola model which has 5,000 mAh battery )

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    Second hand S10+

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    Moto G9 Plus.