Tigolebitties, 07 Feb 2023That's why I put 90+ too bruh, not just 100+. The Find X5 series, Xperia 5 IV, OP 10 Pro,... moreYes those do but aint mcuh over 100.
AnonD-731363, 31 Jan 2023Most??? Which one??? Most flagships are under 100. Only several rugged phones with battery ... moreThat's why I put 90+ too bruh, not just 100+. The Find X5 series, Xperia 5 IV, OP 10 Pro, Mate 50 Pro and Zenfone 9 all achieved above 100 hrs.
I think that would be a good compromise. Super fast wired charging but only moderately fast or even slow wireless charging. If you're need to charge your phone in a hurry, you plug in the wire but if you want to charge your phone overnight without worrying about battery health you put on a wireless charging pad. They should also include a wireless charging pad in the box to encourage people to use wireless charging unless they need the super fast charging.
Tigolebitties, 31 Jan 2023That's below average lol. Most phones have 90+ or even 100+ hrs.Most??? Which one??? Most flagships are under 100.
Only several rugged phones with battery of 10k+ have good endurance rating.
AnonD-731363, 29 Jan 202386 hours of endurance rating like most phones nowdays. That's below average lol. Most phones have 90+ or even 100+ hrs.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2023Samsung sold me a Note 3 with an extra battery and a charging dock. Sure you could argue that ... moreMan yes good idea but battery which been not in use for a very long time gets drained or dead anyway.
And what happened to you its not possible today.
THey excluded earplugs from box, chargers, soon they excluded cables too maybe even sim tray needle.
Kangal, 30 Jan 2023Generally yes, but there are docks where you can load your battery into it, and it charges it ... moreFirst time i see this thing.
Saw some battery chargers which could charge litterary any battery fits in and they could charge up 8 batteries at same time but i am sketchy to those things for i really dont think they works as they should do.
AnonD-731363, 29 Jan 2023Man every monkey know its not fast charging but excessive heat which degrades battery.
If ph... moreNo source, no buying that sht you wrote.
Give me a source if you want us to believe you. Since we live with the internet connections there's no more fairytales we can check everything on the internet. So if you would be so kind and provide us a source of your claim.
Thanks in advance CptChinaNo1
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2023Strange. I see first world people regressing with inferior quality bluetooth audio, cloud gami... moreyea you are right and the slums ughhh
5-10w wireless charging is enough for safe overnight charging. another benefit is in-car wireless charging with android auto or carplay since,cables are not convenient in a car. a low temperature 10w wireless charging can top up battery steadily while using android auto or carplay. but, 5w in-car charging is not enough to top up battery while using navigation and music streaming. wired is for fast charing during the day. so, minimum 50% top up in 30mins is a must.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2023Samsung sold me a Note 3 with an extra battery and a charging dock. Sure you could argue that ... morethe thing with removable battery most are li ion and they last less because they are more sensible and noone knows how to charge a phone
AnonD-731363, 29 Jan 2023Man yes replacing battery takes seconds but you need a phone to charge a flat battery. Samsung sold me a Note 3 with an extra battery and a charging dock. Sure you could argue that they needed 2 because battery life sucked then but imagine having two or more batteries now that last 8 hours. You'll barely need to plug your phone ever.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2023there's still silly people who didn't want accepting that we are advanced 🤣.
3rd wo... moreStrange. I see first world people regressing with inferior quality bluetooth audio, cloud gaming, and cloud storage to accommodate their 4k capable phones.
And paying for drm-infested cars.
AnonD-731363, 29 Jan 2023Man yes replacing battery takes seconds but you need a phone to charge a flat battery. Generally yes, but there are docks where you can load your battery into it, and it charges it for you. Some have multiple, like four-batteries at the same time. The most common is the dock which houses the phone, and also charges one battery additionally.
Infact, I've used one since the original HTC phone (named the XDA). And I've also had a variant for the Samsung Galaxy Note as well. It was super practical.
Here's an example:
potato4k, 30 Jan 2023If you are charging overnight, you don't need super fast charging, wired or wireless. Eve... morewho want waste electricity for overnight charging?
you jus need to plug for 15 minutes and your battery full!
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2023I bought a fast charging phone more than three years ago and I haven't faced any issue wi... moreThe fast charging of 3 years ago was much slower 🤡
I bought a fast charging phone more than three years ago and I haven't faced any issue with the battery till now. People need to stop believing these baseless rumours.
Fast Charging is trend now. for me i dont need the 0-100% fast charge but rather the fast/quick top-ups while you are outside like 30-80% or 45-80% which only takes 10-20mins that is a game changer for me. as for wireless charging it is still a loooong way to go. the HEAT it generates on both devices while on slow 15w is still not worth it. the magsafe of the certain is the most useless lol. a magnetic wireless pad that adds weight on your phone, the heat on battery while on slow charge lol haha apple does it better lol
If you are charging overnight, you don't need super fast charging, wired or wireless. Even the slowest charging will top up your phone in 2 hours or so, so unless you never sleep, it's actually a non-issue.
I'd rather have a phone with efficient hardware and software that it sips battery all-day instead of having super duper fast charging. The idea is to not having to charge your phone throughout the day, not having to charge it mid-day. It doesn't matter how fast it's charging if you still need to charge it mid-day.
These ultra fast charging seems to be a marketing band-aid to cover up less and less efficient hardware (or bloatware that drains your battery). Also, it rins your battery so you will end up having to upgrade sooner.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2023after you forget i steal it Well, if that happens in your house/office then you'd have a bigger problem to fix.
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