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Lte and battery power

11th March 2014, 01:43 PM |#11  
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In my case I'm having better battery with HSPA than with LTE.

The thing is...here in my house I have yellow/brown 4G signal and green 3G signal.

In a long deep sleep time (at nights) 4G consumes a bit more than 3G.
But during the day the difference is a little more significant.

I can get 4 hours of SoT with 3G. But 3 hours with LTE (or 3 hours and half).

I'm pretty sure that with a perfect LTE signal I would even have better battery life (like almost 5 hours of SoT).
But here is still experimental.
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