batterylife sucks

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  1. hasya101

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    Droid Comparison Chart - Computerworld

    does any1 know why the battery life is shorter than the Droid 2´s? i mean.. More mAH, Smaller Display and also a lower resulution - seems like they want to make the phone´s batterylife worse on purpose. i mean, its the phone i have long been waiting for, (exept for amoled with high resolution :p ) but its a big compromise to the droid 2 just for having no sliderparts.

    also what do you guys think the price will be? lot lower than Droid 2?

    greez
     
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    I've read it will actually cost $299.

    As for the battery, there could be a number of reasons. It's more business oriented so it could be pulling alot of data. If it's polling more often then that will definately kill a battery, but that's just the first thing to come to mind. Different architecture, different results.
     
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    Yes, that's the 2-year price before the $100 instant rebate, so it will be $199 like most other Droid phones... :D

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    If the display is smaller and lower resolution, wouldn't that result in better battery life?
     
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