It was around the same. If that's normal, I guess that's fine haha. I'm glad it's not abnormal.
Don't see a battery percentage on your screenshot. Judging by that battery bar (which is extremely hard to gauge) I'd say it's above 75%? If so, close to 4hrs with moderate use that's great battery life. Now if it's idle and draining that much, could be a problem.
Was it all wifi? Were you streaming videos or visiting websites with flash and all that?
Really too many factors that can add to draining your battery. The stock Nexus battery life is mediocre(as you can tell) and the usage you got out of it seems about right. Before 4.0.4, some phones would be like 35-45% with that amount of time. So consider it a significant improvement over 4.0.2
Yeesh. I think I will. I'm almost always on Wifi, but I don't do videos or websites a whole lot. Mostly texting and apps.
Just want to throw a recent find in here from my personal experience...
I have the official extended battery (which merely smooths out the back cover of the phone so any standard case should work if you go that route). I typically unplug my phone at about 7:30 each morning...I go to work and the phone is on 4G thanks to a tower being right out back of the office, phone signal strength usually shows as full, and I don't do much on the phone throughout the work day...maybe check my email when I'm not at my desk, check G+ on lunch, etc. Truly not much going on. Yet, for the past few weeks, my battery would be down to about 20% when I left work at 5 pm! Didn't know what was going on...a few times the Exchange Service got stuck and was using 50% or more of the battery...but most of the time Android OS was showing at around 50-60% of the battery usage.
I know Android OS should be up there but prior to that, the Screen seemed to be the "big" drain at any given time, pulling around 30% of the juice and Android OS was less than 10%...heck, sometimes even less than 5%.
So over the weekend I rebooted the phone. Today, same routine on my part...unplug at 7:30, generally minimal use...and when I left at 5 the battery was only down to 70%. The stats seemed to go back the way they used to be...screen being the biggest drain.
Don't know what that might've been all about but next time I see unusual battery drain I'll try a reboot.
So stuff has been fairly consistent, even though it hasn't been great. I've been averaging around 10 hours on a charge, depending on how much I use it of course. If it's anything remotely heavy I have about an hour of constant use before it's critically low.
Today though, I was at a relative's house, and the signal was fairly weak (1 to no bars, even though it was still receiving). I was using one of the dating apps where it utilizes your location, and the phone got HOT. I mean not warm, "Oh wow my phone is getting toasty.." but like I touched it and almost singed my finger. I was starting to get worried about the internals being exposed to that much heat without melting or being damaged. Also, when it was this warm I noticed definite slow-down of the system. The keyboard would lag to the point where it wouldn't register every press, sometimes every other when I was typing fast. The home screen would redraw itself every time I was there, and some apps would take half a minute or so to load. Once I stopped using it and it cooled off, everything went back to normal, but is that something that just happens with the phone? Or is this another symptom of having a crappy unit? It sucked!