Pretty much on the money.
The vast,vast majority of users who buy this will have ample power to last then a full day, which is all a smartphone should be doing tbh. How anyone wants a smartphone to last longer than a day is beyond me, simply wake up, use, go to bed, charge. Simples.
Heavy portable users should consider a power pack.
My main issue with this statement is i upgraded onto a 24 month contract , and i am getting around 11 hours use max with minor use / tinkering only, if i use little bits of youtube / internet i am getting at most 8 hours, my main complaint is not necessarily standby but longevity , how many users will be charging every day or more and will have crapped out batteries within 12 months , or at least even more reduced standby due to the technology starting to fail ?
Maybe not a big concern to the more well off "i must have the new phone every 6 months " type users, but what about us that need to / want to keep the handset longer ?
I can see a lot of htc repair issues / claims for knackered batteries that htc won't honour as a battery has a 6-12 month warranty as a consumable !
thats my issue
That is calculated based on full charge-discharge. Partial charges will prolong the life.
Also, back on topic, I don't get why people are complaining about it needing a charge everyday? Just put it on charge before bed and job done.