Originally Posted by manolith
Originally Posted by Koehler
Originally Posted by CrazyHeaven
So it is good for a 2020mah battery that can't be replaced? For me that would be a deal breaker. I don't care how efficient it runs on such a small battery for a phone that size. If the note 2 had a 1500mah non replaceable battery you would not be hearing me saying " well, it has pretty amazing battery life for the size of the batter". Cellphone makers can cut some concerns on the hardware but it isn't a good idea to do it on the battery.
Exactly why my sister went for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 instead of the DNA.
Battery life is a huge area which can't be compromised.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 can go on for 2 days without recharging.
the galaxy note 2 can't go on for two days without charging it if you use it. If it was like that I can also say that the DNA can go on for over a day without recharging. If you don't sit on it and use it for phone calls and a couple of emailsand texts the battery will last.
Depends on how you define use. Heavy use? No, light to mid use without a problem. 4 to 5 hours of talk time and 70 100 text a day with maybe 10 to 15 emails, hour navigation, it could last for 2 days easily. This phone gets well over 10 hours of actually talk time. For the average user you can say this phone will last 2 days of use. DNA couldn't last a full day under the same use. This thread is about the note 2 and not really how the note compares to the DNA. At the end of the day get whatever phone you like the best.
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