1. jstplnfrank's Avatar
    Hey everyone. I've noticed a couple of threads regarding improved battery life on Marshmallow of course.

    I returned my Note 5 a few months ago because of the battery drain on my Verizon Note 5.

    I'm considering purchasing again.

    Can anyone specific to Verizon tell me how the battery life is on Verizon?

    If there is a specific thread for this already, I apologize. I went back a few weeks and couldn't find anything specific.

    Thanks!
    05-05-2016 11:10 AM
  2. Trees's Avatar
    No problems with mine or my wife's. Battery usage does depend upon many variables like screen on time, screen auto-brightness setting, apps installed, apps used, location settings, cell signal strength...
    05-06-2016 05:54 AM
  3. mlbyanks11's Avatar
    No problems with mine or my wife's. Battery usage does depend upon many variables like screen on time, screen auto-brightness setting, apps installed, apps used, location settings, cell signal strength...
    Mine is so inconsistent it drains too fast sometimes.

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    05-06-2016 08:55 AM
  4. anonymous_owl's Avatar
    Mine works fine. It starts getting to 20 around 9 or 10. Just depends on how much i use it and how many apps are running. My dad was having a battery problem, he hasn't said anything about it lately, course i removed all the apps and stuff that came on the phone that I wouldn't use. I also normally have the brightness pretty low
    05-06-2016 10:14 AM

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