While its good to charge when you can to avoid getting low on juice, I'm not going to carry 46 different chargers with me so I can charge in any situation I am faced with. I mean god forbid I'm in a place with only 220v outlets and I don't have my special 220v charger.
Seriously, its a MOBILE phone, it should be able to go a couple hours without being plugged in to a power source.
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Last edited by Renae; 08-23-2011 at 12:57 PM.
And no you're wrong, it's not a MOBILE phone, it's a smart phone, much closer to a computer, so you need to charge it more. Maybe i'm just tired of these idiots (not the OP) that want to stream netflix, then turn of the navigation and play games THEN complain their new Droid only got 2 hours of battery life, thereby spreading false rumors that X device has poor battery life. You're going from a feature phone to a smart phone computer, you need you change your lifestyle and buy a couple more chargers.
You know you could go crazy, (yes I think having more then 2 chargers is crazy... my phone lasts more then 10 minutes off the charger...) or you could just buy an extra battery and huzzah! Saves you all the money from the 8+ chargers and, if the rumors are right, 30 hours of battery time should be able to cover anyones needs.
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I agree. I leave it charging at the office and have it in a dock at home when it's not being used.
If you're out and about then you want a full charge.
I like that we are hearing it last a long time considering it's a beast of a phone.
So what about my original question? Many of you have owned newer smartphones and know more about their battery life than me. I've only owned a D1. Based off the specs we know of the Bionic and assuming it has a 1700-1900 mah battery, would you think it would last longer than a D1, or will the 4G make them about even? I'm hoping for less charging, but not counting on it when I get the phone.
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