Does the Verizon model use battery more than AT&T?

nizmoz

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I just switched from AT&T to Verizon, and have the same LG V20, and it seems it goes through the battery faster than my AT&T variant did. Any ideas?
 

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I just switched from AT&T to Verizon, and have the same LG V20, and it seems it goes through the battery faster than my AT&T variant did. Any ideas?

Did you remove and disable the Verizon bloatware? Verizon is notorious for doing that. Also, from my experience, it takes several weeks for the battery and software to break in (Android N learns from your habits I think?)
 

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I agree with the above poster, Verizon adds a lot of bloatware to their devices. Once all the bloatware is disabled and you use the phone for a bit you're phone will see your habits. Also check for the apps that sync a lot or are running in the background more. Some apps just are more power hungry than others. Keep up updated about how the change in carrier is working out for you
 

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Did you remove and disable the Verizon bloatware? Verizon is notorious for doing that. Also, from my experience, it takes several weeks for the battery and software to break in (Android N learns from your habits I think?)
I hate all the bloatware these phones come with these days.. Makes setting up phone a pain and just drains battery and resources unnecessarily.
 

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