Please stop comparing SOT. It's totally irrelevant. Even when you compare against yourself, there might be changes in your usage behavior that you don't think about.
There are so many factors to consider
For example calls & music listening (especially with BT headphones) & apps that are constantly listening/pinging servers are not counted into SOT at all.
Maybe you have a smartwatch or some other device that's constantly talking to your phone?
People are using their phone so differently and no one writes a full report on how they're using it. They probably don't even remember themselves and this is why many focus so much on the battery usage numbers in Android. They only tell half of the truth if you don't know what's behind them. They're also just estimations.
Do you mostly brows the internet and read E-books or do you prefer playing games? What kind of games? They differ a lot even if they look similar. Even Google maps uses a lot of power.
Do you watch Youtube in FHD or SD?
Do you prefer low brightness or do you always run above 75%?
Are you always on mobile data or WiFi?
Maybe you take a lot of pictures or videos, maybe even in 4K?
This list on differences in user behavior can go on forever.
The only real comparison you can do and I have said this before, is to use a real benchmark like PCMark and you also need to make sure you're comparing with the same brightness. Even the temperature in the room will make a difference if someone in a cold country is comparing to someone in a very warm country.
So please, if you're going to compare. Do it the right way!