- Nov 11, 2009
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There's a battery stats thread on xda on the one x section.[)roi(];8262617 said:Does anyone have factual information on how long the battery lasts with typical use I.e. surfing on WIFi / 3G / 4G or playing a game or talk time, playing music, watching a video, ....
Only 4 hours and 18 minutes while surfing the web ... that's just scary :erm:GSM Arena has battery details:
Battery stats are always great when data is switched off. Thing is though, these phones are built to run with data on. With it off, your smartphone is really not much of a smartphone.I got my One X from MTN early last week and I love it. Haven't had battery issues, in fact I am finding the battery lasts considerably longer than the Desire I used to use.
With mobile data off (because my number has not yet ported from Vodacom and VC prepaid data is expensive) I use less than 30% battery in a day. That's with fairly light use but with wifi on and used to browse and dl a few apps. I haven't played any games. (I'm on 61% now, and it was last charged on Wednesday night).
My desire lasted 1 day, occasionally 2 if I didn't use it much.
There's a battery stats thread on xda on the one x section.
Thanks guys. It confirms they they too are not coping with the industry's biggest issue.GSM Arena has battery details:
While the S3 has a slightly bigger battery, the AMOLED screen uses more power. The two point even it out with the rest of the market.
Having had my One X for a week or 2 now, the battery has been great, that's taking into account that it sits on WiFi for half the day, and the device is used frequently. It handles a full day very easily, and I'm loving every minute of this phone.