Tag Archives: battery life

Battery life on T-Mo smartphones lasts longer than competitors according to recent test

We often see tests and comparisons on various smartphones to see which device offers the best battery life. For some, it’s a vital metric that helps make informed choices on which phone to buy. But you rarely see tests comparing the same phone on different carriers to see if that makes a difference. And apparently, it does. LaptopMag published results of a test yesterday afternoon, and it would seem that if you buy … [read full article]

Nexus 4 Battery Life Tested, Early Results Show Less Than Impressive Results

Google went on the record with The Verge last week and mentioned two reasons why LTE was left out of the Nexus 4: the first reason was building a carrier independent device couldn’t be achieved with LTE and the second reason power draw. There’s little argument that LTE does in fact use more power than HSPA+ or 3G, however LG did include LTE in the Optimus G design, which is the … [read full article]

First Galaxy S III Battery Tests Show Impressive Talk Time, Video Playback

The boys at GSMArena have posted their first set of battery life test results for the Galaxy S III. With a huge 2100mAh battery and powered by a 4.8″ Super AMOLED display, there have been plenty of questions about how well the Galaxy S III will stand up in the real world. With 3G talk time, the Galaxy S III put up some pretty amazing scores, surviving for a whopping 10 hours and … [read full article]

Samsung Commits To Increasing Smartphone Battery Life In 2012, Hopes For All-Day Use

Samsung is undertaking some nifty goal setting in 2012, promising that smartphones arriving this year can last a full day under average to moderately heavy use, according to Kevin Packingham, vice president of product innovation at Samsung. “When you wake up to when you go to bed, we don’t want you feeling anxiety about your battery life,” he said in an interview at CES. While smartphone releases are packing more and more features, … [read full article]