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Let's define USAGE.
There are SO many posts with people talking about "heavy" usage. I'd just like to clarify what that means.... for me, "heavy" usage is your phone in your face at least 35-45+ minutes of an hour. This means web browsing, chat apps, texting, emailing, phone calls.....for a GOOD percentage of any given hour. I literally have played with my Evo for 2 hours straight (and more :o) meaning: changing settings, messing with the camera, web browsing, texting, emailing, etc.. and have seen my battery drain from 100% to 77% in 40 minutes. I'm trying to identify who REALLY is a HEAVY user vs. casual or minimal use.
Here's my thought, does this sound accurate?
Heavy use: 50+ minutes/hr (meaning: screen ON, or actively texting/emailing/voice calling, web browsing, reading forums, etc - like you only put it down to potty and some of you don't even put it down then. YKWYA)
Moderate use: 35-45 minutes/hr (probably actively texting and (2-3) 10 min phone calls)
Casual use: 20 min/hr (actively texting, maybe a phone call)
Light use: 10-15 min occasional texting, no web browsing - no phone calls
Minimal use: phone sitting on desk or charger while you're watching a movie - in other words, very little use.