Smartphones with 5,000mAh battery or more are guaranteed to last a long time before needing a re-charge. Based on my experience, these smartphones usually last more than a day on casual usage and 8-10 hours of continuous gaming!

Here’s a list of smartphones with at least 5,000mAh battery in the Philippines. New smartphones with similar battery capacity will be automatically added once it’s officially launched in the country.


SmartphonesPrice
realme C21Y (5,000 mAh) ₱6,490
Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 (5,500 mAh) ₱39,995 - ₱49,995
TECNO Spark 7 Pro (5,000 mAh) ₱6,990
Infinix Hot 10S (6,000 mAh) ₱5,990 - ₱6,990
realme C25s (6,000 mAh) ₱7,490 - ₱8,490
Nokia G10 (5,050 mAh) ₱6,990
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S (5,000 mAh) ₱11,990
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G (5,000 mAh) ₱9,990 - ₱11,490
TECNO POVA 2 (7,000 mAh) ₱7,990
POCO M3 Pro 5G (5,000 mAh) ₱8,990 - ₱11,990
Samsung Galaxy M12 (5,000 mAh) ₱7,490
Samsung Galaxy M02 (5,000 mAh) ₱4,490
Infinix Hot 10 Play (6,000 mAh) ₱4,290 - ₱4,990
ASUS Zenfone 8 Flip (5,000 mAh) ₱39,995
TECNO Spark 6 Air (6,000 mAh) ₱4,690
realme 8 (5,000 mAh) ₱13,990
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G (5,000 mAh) ₱15,990
realme C11 2021 (5,000 mAh) ₱4,990
OPPO A74 5G (5,000 mAh) ₱15,999
OPPO A54 (5,000 mAh) ₱9,499 - ₱9,999

*There are 96 more smartphones found.

    Take note that there's one major disadvantage with large batteries: long charging time. Make sure that the smartphone has at least 15W charging technology.

    Another issue with big batteries is the increase in the smartphone's size and weight. Slim smartphones with huge batteries tend to be more expensive.