If two mobile devices being compared have exactly the same LCD/LED screen (matrix) size and exactly the same battery, will the one with higher resolution have higher battery consumption and thus will require to be charged more often?
For example -- two Kiano tablets:
Kiano Core 10.1, 10 inches, 8000 mAh, 800x1200 resolution,
Kiano Core 9.7, 10 inches, 8000 mAh, 1536x2048 resolution.
Two devices, the same screen size and battery, resolution nearly twice . Which one should consume battery faster (in any), if both are used in the same way?
Which assumption is more correct:
Second device will consume battery faster, because it has much more pixels to power.
Battery consumption in case of both devices will be quite similar. Second has much more pixels, but since overall screen are a is the same, they're much smaller and therfore will use less energy to power.
I'm a beginner and layman (if not -- ignorant) in this area, so I'm much more convinced to the first assumption. But then, the fact that hardware producer decided to equip both devices with the same battery, though different resolution, that would support second assumption.
Forgive me for asking in a wrong place (if so). But it is really hard to determine, where questions about mobile devices hardware should be asked on Stack Exchange network. I've seen this, this and this -- non of the answer says, where to ask such question. Both SuperUser and this site FAQ and both says that a question asked in an incorrect place, if it covers: "electronic devices, media players, cell phones or smart phones, except insofar as they interface with your computer". Bot non if these two sites expains, where such questions should be asked.