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    heard that smsung mobiles have a long battery life?


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    Re: samsung battery life

    That's a very general statement...
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    Re: samsung battery life

    According to my experience yes, samsung products usually have long battery life. This is one of the advantages of Samsung as for me.



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    Re: samsung battery life

    But Samsung android phones doesn't have good battery life. They last only for 4 to 5 hours.



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    Re: samsung battery life

    It can depend on the phone. If it's a powerful phone it will most likely use more power than a basic flip phone. They will also use different batteries with different capacities.



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    Re: samsung battery life

    I think the main issue is with the screen. As these phones are loaded with Super Amoled screens which drain up all the battery power.



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    Re: samsung battery life

    Quote Originally Posted by ricky View Post
    I think the main issue is with the screen. As these phones are loaded with Super Amoled screens which drain up all the battery power.
    I agree, I think that is part of the problem with battery life. I just got a new phone, but I know with my old phone the screen would take up approximately 50% of the battery according to the battery usage on the phone.



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