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Was reading in an N4 thread that someone was getting 2.5 hrs screen on time on a charge and a bit over 3 hours seems common was wondering how long people are getting out of the San Diego?

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Was reading in an N4 thread that someone was getting 2.5 hrs screen on time on a charge and a bit over 3 hours seems common was wondering how long people are getting out of the San Diego?

But who the hell would leave their screen on until it flattens the battery? And why would you do it?
Lets just say that for a smartphone that does so much so very well for such a low price (£170 or £140 with the cash back sites) the battery times are fine.

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It's not a matter of leaving it on til it flattens it's how long can you actually use the phone before the battery dies. Wasn't expecting anyone to just leave the screen on and see when it dies that would be silly.

Was thinking more generally when the phone needs charging how long had the screen been on for.
It's one thing that drains the battery quickly but seems a key factor to me in how useful a phone is, it's putting me off the n4 for one thing tbh and wondered how the San Diego compares.

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