Battery Life Stable Vs. Weekly Releases

Discussion in 'Question & Answers' started by ismail94, May 13, 2017.

  1. ismail94

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    I've been using the weekly build on my Note 4 Global, Snapdragon version, for some days now and battery life seems good. I'm getting 7-11 hours of SOT on a single charge. When I'm using it inside it's 11 but mixed usage of home and outside around 7 hours. I guess it's normal because outside the brightness is higher and 4G / LTE consuming more battery.

    Now I'm wondering whether or not the battery life and SOT would improve by much if I switch to the stable build whenever it gets released for my device. Anyone got experience with it?
     
  2. jonasstomp

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    I don't really see a big difference on battery.

    Stable: 8 - 11 hours
    Weekly: 8 - 12

    It depends on what you are using on your phone :)
     
  3. ismail94

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    Of course :). I meant with the same usage. Weekly seems better on battery life in your case.
     
  4. Redmiiiii

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    I can only dream of having more than 4 hours SoT with my redmi pro whithout mobile data and in airplane mode...
     
  5. jonasstomp

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    Yeah It Is :)

    Personally I don't "game" on my phone (except for when my nephew plays angry birds)
    I do most of my stuff on a laptop.
     
  6. ismail94

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    Yeah me neither. I do alot on my phone. Messaging, browsing, banking, e-mail, using travel apps etcetera. Ow, and there is an app on my phone which is called 'Phone', I barely use it :p.
     
  7. ismail94

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    Than I would suggest to sell your phone and get a Note 4 Snapdragon version. The processor is very efficient. Combined with the large 4.00/4.100 mAh battery it means great battery life! Performance is great also it can run anything smoothly. Although I prefer a fingerprint scanner on the front.
     

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