1. MoreDef's Avatar
    Just curious because I went from 90% to 15% in just 3 hours and 45 minutes (I was doing chores around the house while catching up on my subscribed playlist). Does that sound right? I guess what I'm asking is, how long would a Note 9 sustain consistent YouTube playing on screen before the battery dies? I feel like this is a stat that I've seen somewhere, along the lines of x amount of hours of standby, x amount of hours playing music, x amount of video playback.
    09-14-2019 10:32 PM
  2. mustang7757's Avatar
    I've not tested this and probably won't , but some YouTuber probably did lol.
    09-14-2019 10:48 PM
  3. Mike_Luchia's Avatar
    First thing I would check was how bright your screen was set to.
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    09-14-2019 11:49 PM
  4. MoreDef's Avatar
    I've not tested this and probably won't , but some YouTuber probably did lol.
    Saw a video where a guy got an hour's worth of YouTube and it took 10% if his battery. I wonder if that means the phone would play 10 hours of continuous YouTube before dying. I'm at a point where 1 hour of on screen time that's a combination of chrome browsing, Google feeds and YouTube drops me 20%.
    09-15-2019 12:53 AM
  5. mustang7757's Avatar
    Saw a video where a guy got an hour's worth of YouTube and it took 10% if his battery. I wonder if that means the phone would play 10 hours of continuous YouTube before dying. I'm at a point where 1 hour of on screen time that's a combination of chrome browsing, Google feeds and YouTube drops me 20%.
    Probably get close to that time
    09-15-2019 01:06 AM
  6. j_hansen's Avatar
    that would really depend on your screen brightness, at home I easily get 9-10 hours of SoT but here in bright Spain it is more like 5-6
    09-15-2019 10:22 AM
  7. Knightmayre90's Avatar
    I'm a heavy YouTube user and I don't lose much battery at all but i set all the app settings to lowest quality stream and lowest data use. I don't really notice a difference in quality and get an easy 4 hours of streaming for around 40% battery.
    09-15-2019 12:42 PM
  8. pizza_pablo's Avatar
    First thing I would check was how bright your screen was set to.

    I'm a heavy YouTube user and I don't lose much battery at all but i set all the app settings to lowest quality stream and lowest data use. I don't really notice a difference in quality and get an easy 4 hours of streaming for around 40% battery.

    These and so many other variables.
    How strong was the connection used?
    Was it on wifi, but connected to cell service also?
    What other apps were doing what at that time?
    Etcetera, etcetera...
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    09-17-2019 09:58 AM
  9. mustang7757's Avatar
    These and so many other variables.
    How strong was the connection used?
    Was it on wifi, but connected to cell service also?
    What other apps were doing what at that time?
    Etcetera, etcetera...
    True
    09-17-2019 10:45 AM

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