How come phones with internal batteries and the same mAh last so much longer than phones with removable batteries?

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How come phones with internal batteries and the same mAh last so much longer than phones with removable batteries?

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The hardware in the phone make a difference especially the chipset and how power efficient is make a different and newer are in general more power efficient. The number of cycles you have used the battery make a difference because it ages and looses capacity. But there is not difference for a removable battery.

Can you chow any example of when with comparable hardware where internal batteries last longer then removable?

Not complete answer, but surely part of it, any connection or cable in a electric circuit looses energy so maybe the way the battery connects to the phone looses some energy more than the one in integrated batteries.

They might have lower power draw, use less resources, etc… They could be more efficient…

Ultimately it’s likely its just because the phone isn’t draining as much power from the battery, the slower it drains the batter the longer it lasts.

To a minor extent the battery leads being connected will decrease the power draw from the battery relative to contact leads… But this would be such a minor effect that you wouldn’t notice it, like it might decrease battery life by seconds.