lol very arbitrary but the only change we noticed is when you click on the temperature on the home screen widget (the date and weather weather widget i can't recall whats the name now) it takes you directly to the weather app - this used to work but the previous update messed it up - now its workingJust updated my phone. How does one really know what the changes are? You see they talk about notification changes , but everything looks like it is the same
My battery life is the same, not really noticed any changes. Just happy about security patches compared to my old LG, actually it got a security patch a week after I stopped using it for the first time in 1.5y...Me too. Noticed my battery life is much better now after the update.
Non-removable Li-Ion 3800 mAh batteryWhat kind of battery does the nokia 7 plus have. Uncle Google just say a "3800mAh battery "
But from same article:Is One Better than the Other?
Both lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries have their pros and cons. Typically, the advantages of a lithium-ion is their high power density, lack of what’s called the memory effect (when batteries become harder to charge over time), and their significantly lower cost than lithium-polymer. In the words of Wired, “Lithium-ion batteries are incredibly efficient. They stuff freakish amounts of energy in a tiny package.” But, as anyone might have seen with the recent saga of a certain cellphone brand being banned from flights, lithium-ion batteries are inherently unstable, suffer from aging, and are potentially dangerous. If the barrier that separates the positive and negative electrode is ever breached, the chemical reaction can cause combustion (fire). As Li-ion batteries have become more popular in consumer electronics, businesses have tried to lower costs by cutting corners. While quality batteries are perfectly safe, you should always be careful when buying no-name brands.
Plus it has a link above to the below:
EDIT2:Okay, but what about lithium-polymer batteries?
This is where it gets interesting. It turns out that what marketing departments are calling “Lithium-polymer batteries” are actually “Lithium-ion polymer” batteries.
What the heck does that mean?
In short, it means that so-called “lithium-polymer” batteries are almost exactly the same as lithium-ion batteries, but they are instead contained in a flexible polymer casing. It’s basically just a repackaged lithium-ion battery. There is another difference according to batteryuniversity.com: