On Sprint's network the M8 is Sprint Spark capable. Does anyone know if those downloads speeds measuring 50-200 mbps will effect battery life? Just checking to make sure Sprint won't ruin our excellent battery life and its standard to test for why I am asking about.
The Motorola MotoActv smart watch will soon be receiving a welcome new update. Version 7.10 and 7.11 (depending on your device) will bring with it a number of improvements including more useful notifications, improved fitness measuring during workouts, and even an enhanced Scorecard when playing the Back 9 on your local golf course.
So I'm curious about other people's battery life on the Note 3. Can you guys post screenshots of your battery life + screen on time. Additionally, could you guys also add what carrier you are on and rom?
First time posting on this forum. I’m writing because I could use some help regarding my upcoming phone purchase here. My renewal is a week from today and I’ve had the HTC Evo 4G LTE for the past 19 months or so. Its efficiency and battery have been on the way down for some time, so it’s pretty much set that I’ll be getting a new phone next week.
What do you guys think the battery life will be like on the US version of the S4? I'm not too familiar with the S3, but my Galaxy Nexus has a 2100 MaH battery (extended), and the S4 is 2600. Do you all think that with optimization and a (I think) smaller nihm processor that battery life will be better than the bad life I've seen with my current daily driver? Thanks, all! :)