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    Default Battery Is Perfect On The OPO

    Moderate to heavy use and only at 35%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPS828 View Post
    Moderate to heavy use and only at 35%.

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    Very, very happy with it on my end too...In all honesty I don't think I've had a smartphone that I could use for a full day with moderately heavy usage and NOT worry about having enough juice before I got home (that includes a GPe S4, a Nexus 5, and a Motorola x--though that last one came pretty close). The 1+ does the job swimmingly though.

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    Me three.

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    This was a screenshot I took last night. Onb Wi-Fi the whole time bit still...

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    I had the same until the 4.4.4 update. Now Android OS is a huge battery hog. Oh well, they'll fix it. Awesome phone.

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    I posted this already, so I'll just paste it here and save myself some typing.

    I have no way of proving it to you all, but my informal testing (25R vs. 30O) I had similar battery life. My test method was similar but not lab quality: off the charger at 6am and back on at ~ 11pm. Usage pattern - hammer the phone all day long. Not egregious screen on time (say 5 to 6 hours) but I USED the phone. SMS. FB Messenger. FB. Twitter. GMail. Exchange email. Podcast Republic. Youtube (some). Just regular day to day use, not trying to prolong the battery unnaturally. Both scenarios had ~20% or so left at the end of the day, I'm satisfied.
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    I notice no difference since the update. If anything I notice an improvement

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    Me too.

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    Are you using Google Now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wnflyer View Post
    Are you using Google Now?

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    Yes I am. Find it very useful

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    Likewise. I was just wondering in regards to battery drain.

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    Likewise. I was just wondering in regards to battery drain.

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    Well I don't use it that often IMO. I search maybe 10 things a day. Use maybe 1 or 2 cards a day. I don't think it drains the battery too much. I would think Google makes the best apps for their system. I think the biggest culprit will always be screen. Widgets have to update, do you have a lot of widgets that rely on data? Email syncing can be a drain so I have all my accounts synced through gmail (which is freaking awesome BTW). In my experience the biggest drains are screen on time (inevitable. Why have a phone if you don't turn the screen on) and (drumroll) data. I'm on Wi-Fi a lot and my battery is fine but I think it's fine even when I'm not (like right right now). I'm on my network typing this right now and in the time I've been gone I've had heavy use with about 30%drop in almost 3 hours. But being on your network in a low signal area will kill your battery. Don't know if you're on network or Wi-Fi a lot

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