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By aumkarpraja, Member on 19th August 2014, 02:47 AM
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31st October 2014, 11:36 AM |#11  
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thats my only gripe with the m8. the dodgy battery life. hopefully the m9 fixes this along with android L.
 
 
31st October 2014, 05:14 PM |#12  
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thats my only gripe with the m8. the dodgy battery life. hopefully the m9 fixes this along with android L.

You might have a reception issue, or some runaway processes or apps.

7 hours of screen time is pretty normal for this phone, and very reasonable for a current smartphone.
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Is there a larger capacity battery available? It was my only hesitation when buying the phone as after a year the battery always needs replacing and wasn't sure how much it would cost/how difficult it would be?
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Is there a larger capacity battery available? It was my only hesitation when buying the phone as after a year the battery always needs replacing and wasn't sure how much it would cost/how difficult it would be?

You can't get more capacity without more volume. Anyone that says otherwise is ignorant, a liar,or is discussing a prototype battery chemistry. Good luck fitting a larger battery.

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