3300mAh Philips Xenium W8510 Android smart phone boasts 35 days of standby

Discussion in 'hardware' started by roger_m, Jul 19, 2013.

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  1. roger_m

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  2. Creer

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    20H talk time... nice but it sounds too good to be true.
     
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    @Creer: You forgot it's claimed as 20 hours after only a 10 minute charge from 0%.

    Manufacturers always claims things like this, but this time I wonder about the level of absurdity. Is it because they're actually right?

    Seriously, 336 hours browsing what kind of websites? What percentage of that time is the loading? Does continuous even equal 24 hours?

    Enough said, we'll just have to see it to believe it.
     
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    Yes it sound to be good to be true, considering I can probably only get about 5 days standby at most out of my Android phone with a 1700mAh battery.

    But, time will tell.
     
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    Yeah right 10min charging - it would be a killer for battery in long term. I can't imagine what temperature would has that battery after this kind of charging. :D

    If someone needs long battery life then there is only one right way - downgrade to "dumbphone": http://lifehacker.com/why-i-still-use-a-dumb-phone-and-have-no-plan-to-chang-828910425

    There are really phones that can lasts in standby mode over 50+ days, and talk time is about 18H but non of them are smart :)
     
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    Yes it surely sounds great! This battery power is more than welcome into our notebooks too :D
     
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