- 03-20-2011, 11:09 AM #2
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- 03-22-2011, 12:45 AM #9
Every time I have ever heard of a smartphone being in standby meant the phone was physically on but not actively being used. So since I had my phone on for almost 17 hours in standby and still was at 20 percent battery I really don't understand why people come here claiming they had phone in standby as well but only 1-2 hours of battery life.
STANDBY = Screen off but phone turned on and should have at least 6-10+ hours of total battery life depending on how many accts you have synced and how many calls, email, text you receive that could possibly turn screen on from those services.
I get we all want battery life but there is no reason to come here and make false claims about how your phone dies when not even being used after 47 minutes. At least be more accurate because we all here have the device for the most part and those lies are so easy to pick out from the truth.
- 03-22-2011, 12:50 AM #10
HTC and Verizon claim the phone gets 330 HOURS of standby. They claim it should last for almost TWO WEEKS on standby. And you're telling us here you're impressed with 17 hours?
Sorry buddy, but if the screen is off and you have two email accounts to sync every 15 minutes your phone should last several DAYS in standby.
How about the usage numbers -- 378 minutes? That's over 6 hours. I'd be lucky to get 3 hours of 4G browsing.
No question. VerizonWireless hoped this phone would result in thousands of extended batteries being purchased. Not going to happen. I'm guessing they will get punished by the returns.
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