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Android Smartphones Ranked by Battery Life

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 27, 2015

One of the most important factors when considering a new smartphone is its battery life. And while usage behavior will vary from person to person, there are several ways to create a standard form of measurement. Higher battery capacity does not always equate to longer battery life. In this chart, we used PC Mark Battery Test to gather the approximated battery life of each of the smartphones included in this list (as of August 27, 2015, we have a total of 40 test results and we're adding more as we speak). * Update: We're also including phablets and tablets into…

Starmobile UP Max tops our Android battery life ranking

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: August 18, 2015

As most of you know, we have compiled a list of PCMark battery test results of Android devices in our Android Smartphones Ranked by Battery Life article. The O+ Ultra has topped that list since July. Now it's time to dethrone it. Looking back, the O+ Ultra which packs a 4,000mAh battery topped our list with a result of 11 hours and 24 minutes which is really good, by the way. Now here comes the Starmobile UP Max with a beefier 5,000mAh battery and according to PCMark it scored 15 hours and 26 minutes, making it the top performing Android…

List of smartphones with longest battery life

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: April 19, 2014

smartphones with longest battery life

We all know that having a feature-packed smartphone means nothing if it has poor battery life that won’t last a day without being plugged in. If you’re out looking to upgrade your handset with great battery performance, you might want to check out this list of smartphones with the biggest batteries. The devices are ranked by FindTheBest according to their battery size and overall battery performance. As seen above, the phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 3 tops the chart with its 3200mAh battery despite its big display which should consume more juice. Falling in second place is LG G2 followed by…

Project Volta gets tested, adds life to your Android’s battery

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: July 3, 2014

Project Volta, a new initiative that will debut with Google's Android L which aims to improve your Android device's battery life, gets tested to see if it works. And based on the results, it looks like it is going to deliver what it promises. Like Android Jellybean's Project Butter which allows UI animations to run at 60fps, and Android KitKat's Project Svelte which allows the OS to run at devices with 512MB RAM, Android L's Project Volta also aims to address one of the main issues that's been plaguing some Android devices, in this case it's battery life. Ars Technica's…

Acer Aspire One D260 on 22-hour battery life

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: June 25, 2010

So I got this Acer Aspire One D260 in Singapore during the PC Show 2010 earlier this month. I got it for about 15k and being a new model, I thought it was a bargain (it's selling for 24k here). I was just actually curious about that Android OS + Windows 7 dual-boot which Acer announced earlier so I wanted to investigate further. Turns out the unit I got didn't have Android in it. So I placed it aside and forgot about it. The other night, I tried installing Android 1.6 into the second partition but the result wasn't as…

Extending Laptop Battery Life

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: March 22, 2006

Ka Edong mentioned about his friend who was able to extend his laptop battery life up to 9 freakin's hours! In the last 7 days that I've been spending most of my time at coffee shops and wifi hotspots to do some work, I found it very uncomfortable to work because of the restrictions on my laptop's battery life. Two and a half hours on full charge can't do you much really. So, I'm eager to learn how Ka Edong's friend tweaked his laptop to last that long and I'm glad he posted the power-saving settings just a couple of…

How laptop battery life is computed?

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: March 12, 2010

For some time now, claims of more than 10 hours of battery life on netbooks are often times unbelievable and not really achievable in real world tests. So, where do these numbers come from? We look at one possible computation. Laptops and netbooks consume a certain amount of power depending on which peripherals are turned-on or active. The CPU, graphics, hard drive and LED display constitute the biggest share of that consumption. On the other end, the battery pack supplies the power and the capacity is measured in watt-hour (Wh) or more popularly as miliamp-hour (mAh). For our purposes, we'll…

Apple tips to better iPhone 2.0 battery life

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: July 14, 2008

A page on the Apple website outlines several suggestions on how iPhone 3G users can save juice and make their iPhone's battery life last longer. Just read closely what Apple wants you to do with your iPhone. Turn off 3G Minimize use of GPS Fetch new data less frequently Turn off Push Mail Auto-check fewer Email Accounts Minimize use of 3rd-Party Applications Turn off Wi-Fi Turn off Bluetooth Use Airplane Mode in low- or no-coverage areas Adjust Brightness Turn off EQ Basically, they want you to turn it off and not use the iPhone to save on battery. Okay, now…

Winners: Sony Xperia P & iBattz iPhone Case/Battery

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: August 9, 2012

We recently concluded two giveaways for our readers here in YugaTech. One is the iBattz iPhone Case/Battery and the other is the Sony Xperia P smartphone. Check out the two winners below. iBattz iPhone Case/Battery: Dyan S. Pagador Sony Xperia P: Jenn Benedito Congrats to the both of you! Please email me to coordinate the awarding/pick-up of your prizes. P.S. Thanks to Sony Philippines and Digits Trading for the prizes in our giveaway. P.P.S To the others, we'll do another one on Monday (from Huawei) and Sony Philippines has committed to do at least 2 more giveaways (phone, laptop, camera).

5 Tips to Extend your Smartphone’s Battery Life

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: September 30, 2014

Apart from keeping a powerbank handy whenever you’re away from a power outlet, there are other ways to keep your smartphone running for a longer period of time. In this section, we list down five easy steps that you can do to extend the mileage of your device’s battery. Manually adjust the screen brightness – One of the most power-hungry components in today’s smartphones is its display, especially if yours is equipped with a big and pixel-packed screen usually associated with a flagship device. Although we can’t really do much about the size and resolution that it comes with, we…