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    Article: IN DEPTH: The Top 10 Smartphones on the Market

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    I found this information rather interesting, but I too would question the testing environment. Other than my wife's BlackBerry 9700 I don't know anyone who can run 2 days without plugging their device in, unless they throttle down and don't use it.

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    The way they do battery life testing is just going off the manufacturer specs. It's not real world by any means. No one uses these devices for just talking. If we did. We wouldn't have smartphones. I think a good test is Netflix video streaming. See how long the device can go while streaming video. It puts the radios at work along with the processor.

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    We can talk on these things???

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    Yes Jay we can, you ought to try it sometime you'll like it I guarantee. Battery life is a strange animal as far as I am concerned anyway. Some days I really do nothing with my device and the next thing I know my battery is draining way too fast. The next day with the same settings, I can listen to music, do a upgrade on my Rom, email, text, make phone calls and I end up with more battery at the end of the day than yesterday. Go figure

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