HTC Droid DNA battery tests out, prove that the Full HD screen isn't a power hog
0. phoneArena 21 Nov 2012, 05:44 posted on
The Droid DNA managed north of 11 hours of talk time, 6:40 hours of web browsing, and 7:30 hours of video playback, which, while not comparable with the duration shown by marathon runners like the RAZR MAXX, iPhone 5 or Note II, is still up there with the best Android can offer...
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62. yajia1 (Posts: 107; Member since: 22 Aug 2012)
Do you think I just browse with the phone with wifi/data using the juice along? It can even give me 16-18hours of video playback as I watch episodes of tv series I downloaded with the phone itself. So stfu until you know what you're talking about. Have you even used a smartphone before?
60. rzfoxify (Posts: 2; Member since: 23 Nov 2012)
are u kidding me? other test says that SIII wins One X, by last tests One X = One X+ at battery life, then One X > SIII? LOL?
63. Mm777Sr (Posts: 1; Member since: 24 Nov 2012)
Went into a verizon store today to see the Droid DNA...OMG..this is a nice phone, feels great in the hand, thin and lite and operates like silk, smooth so smooth...and the screen...my upgrade is the 25th yeah tomorrow, there was a samsung kiosk about four stores down, I took a look at the S Note ll, I like the possibility of writing on the screen. Hey, before you make your mind up see this phone in person, it is bad.
64. MagikMan (Posts: 1; Member since: 26 Nov 2012)
It already has battery issues! Already had to send one back after the first day because it wouldn't charge at all. It was completely off for 9 hours charging only got up to 11% and the guys at Verizon were noobs and thought they could replace the battery in it. What idiots...