Lenovo P780, Lenovo P770, Xolo B700, Salora PowerMaxx Z1 and the Sony Xperia C are currently the best Android smartphones under Rs 20,000 in terms of their battery life.
No that is not a typo. Lenovo recently launched the P770, a new Android smartphone that boasts an incredible 644 hours (26 days!) of standby-time. The phone carries some junk in its trunk, sporting a hefty 3,500 mAh battery that bests the RAZR MAXX (HD) capacity by 200 mAh. Estimated talk time on the device is a little more humble, coming in at 29 hours of continual use.
Vlad of the verge got 3 days of battery life and he didn't even use any of the battery saving modes on his phones! When Android L rolls out, battery life will be even BETTER. Wouldn't be surprised if you could get 4, maybe even 5 days of normal use with Android L and stamina mode turned on.
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I've purchased a Lenovo ThinkPad S540, which has according to Lenovo '9 hours of battery life'. I was really happy when I tested the device running Windows 8.1, and the battery worked for 6 hours. But as soon as I installed Ubuntu 14.04 on it, the battery got a maximum of 2,5 hours. Why is the battery life so bad with Ubuntu 14.04?
I'm considering to buy the Moto 360 when it's out. But there are a few things worrying me. One of them is how big of an impact using an Android Wear Smartwatch on your Smartphones battery life.
At the moment my Oppo Find 5 lasts from 4am to 4am (being in moderate use all the time) and I need that much battery life.
I know we have a lot of battery life threads and I absolutely love this phone but mine is not getting good battery life. I'm an advanced android user, I know it well and I do know that some devices just have bugs which kill battery life.
First, here's the constants: I keep wifi/BT/GPS on 100% of the time. This was true when battery life was good, and now that battery life is bad. Disabling these will improve battery life, but will not fix my problem.
When the phone is sleeping overnight, I used to get 8-12% battery usage over about 8 hours.
I changed my Xperia T battery 2 days ago because my old battery lasted about 12h with 3-4h screen on time (sms, snapchat, facebook, and around 30mn per day of game) = 10%/hour . But after replacing battery, the battery life is the same...
Then, I charged it at 100% to get discharging at 10% and repeat the operation for calabrating the battery by itself.