1. bozzg86's Avatar
    I have had several phones in the past. Some had good battery life, others didn't.

    My last phone was a BlackBerry Q10 (yes, you read it correctly). This was a great phone with great battery life until I dropped it lol. So I decided to buy this Moto E 2nd gen. And battery life on this phone is even better! I did not expect that..

    I am a medium user. Few times a day a short game, several message conversations and maybe a phone call. Location, WiFi and mobile data is always on as is automatic brightness. I unplugged my device around 8:15 this morning and still have some 80% left around 13:32! This is great!! Never had that on a phone before and I thank Motorola for that lol.

    All together a nice phone and I like it very much. Still waiting on Android 5.1 though...

    (In case you are wondering what language that is on the screenshot: it is Dutch)

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    belodion likes this.
    08-10-2015 07:43 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    Just make sure you usually charge it when it drops to around 40%-50% if you want it to last as long as possible. Draining the last bit of power out of a lithium battery every charge cycle (from some of the posts here, you'd think there was a prize for the most power drain) can kill a battery in a few months.
    Cakefish likes this.
    08-10-2015 08:55 AM
  3. bozzg86's Avatar
    I have read some things about that. But it is no problem for me. I charge my phone every night when I go to sleep. And at that time my battery is at 30-50%

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    08-10-2015 08:57 AM

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