Editor in Chief
- Dec 30, 2010
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- Austin, TX
It turns out there are a ton of fans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Edge. These phablet sized smartphones have grown into one of the most viable and popular archetypes for the Android smartphone world, and Samsung arguably jump-started that trend with the Galaxy Note series. Their current flagships in that sector are the Note 4 and the Note Edge.
New owners of these now iconic devices are being added to the Android fold every day. From witnessing the trend toward larger smartphones, it also can be noted that folks who own these phablet-style phones will typically use them more than the average smartphone user. Because of that, the battery life can be a constant source of concern. To that end, here at HQ we thought it would be worthwhile to have a compilation of tips & tricks which give new owners of these devices a little help in figuring out how to conserve battery life and improve their experience with their Galaxy Note product.
Rather than scour a list of the typical stuff you see, we thought it would be far more useful to find out from the veteran users of these devices how to maximize the efficiency of your Galaxy Note 4 or Galaxy Note Edge. Who better can share these details with us, then folks who have owned and constantly use them?
Please take a brief moment and share your favorite tip and/or trick that you use to get better battery life out of your Galaxy Note product (or any phablet-sized phone for that matter).
Thanks for participating and paying it forward to other members who are new to the Galaxy Note world, and be sure to visit our dedicated sections for both of these devices found at the links below: