Smartphone talk times tested

Posted on Mar 3 2017 - 4:21am by Techy Hints


Smartphone talk-times tested

Checked, a group of consumer research, not a formal test of some smartphones and more popular there, to see if their claims of manufacturers are accurate. What they found was that for the most part, the manufacturer reported talks is quite fair figure.
leader in the battery was Motorola Droid 2 to 465 minutes of talk. Droid 2, but was also inaccurately reported the most optimistic talk time(575). iPhone 4 was next to the various times, with 382 minutes of real-time, compared with 420 reported.
Samsung Captivate HTC Droid Incredible Pre Palm Plus and iPhone 3Gs everything so long as the their claims. Samsung Captivate actually better than his estimate for 4 minutes. Yes, its only 4 minutes, but you have to appreciate their modesty.
phones were tested in the same location of the music played throughout the call(to simulate a conversation with battery drain), with Wi-Fi connected but Bluetooth disengaged.
Source: Checked by Gizmodo

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