Originally Posted by mustang2012
well... then stop complaining about your battery drainage...
The other guy were simply gave you a advice as to why your battery were used up so fast....
I am not complaining about the battery drainage per-se.
My previous phone was a Nokia N900, which I used all day long for calls, mails, radio listening, ssh to my home computer, etc... and I knew well that I could not use it for more than a day without charging, sometimes even less.
The phone battery was never advertized as being able to cope with such usage, and only announced battery times for 2G/3G calls.
When I first read announcements about the N7000, I read that Samsung decided to increase the battery power to make it last 2 days, which looked nice to me.
Now I have hardly 13 hours of battery time with my usage (see my previous post) and I want to know:
- is it a normal behaviour for the phone?
- is there a way to make things better with the same hardware?
- do I really need to lower my expectations?
If the answer to the last question is yes, I will be of course disappointed but I can cope with it, as I did with my previous phones. As CorruptedSanity already mentioned, my only complains are to the Samsung techs (or advertizers) and not to any member of this forum who are usually able to help beyond my needs.
I hope that screen optimizations will come that will increase the battery life while I use the phone, but my expectations are low.