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z2 Battery Test,playing 1080p video more than 14hours+

7th April 2014, 08:11 AM |#1  
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1080p video (hw decoder)
40% brightness
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7th April 2014, 08:16 AM |#2  
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wow

that's amazing !

can you give the source ?
7th April 2014, 08:26 AM |#3  
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unbelievable
Thats unbelievable. I cant believe it. I would be happy with 6hours...... but 14!?!?

I wont believe this until I get more proof

nevertheless, thank you
7th April 2014, 08:29 AM |#4  
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Yeahh...

Screen brightness on 5%
I can do that with my Z1...
If I can get 6-7 hours on 69-70% screen brightness then I really believe I could reproduce that on 5-10% screen brightness

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7th April 2014, 08:46 AM |#5  
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Yeahh...

Screen brightness on 5%
I can do that with my Z1...
If I can get 6-7 hours on 69-70% screen brightness then I really believe I could reproduce that on 5-10% screen brightness

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But this was at 40% brightness, not 5%....
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But this was at 40% brightness, not 5%....

That's something they/he/she said but it's not possible to really know...

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7th April 2014, 08:48 AM |#7  
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That's something they/he/she said but it's not possible to really know...

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14 hours even on 5% brightness is awesome anyway
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That's something they/he/she said but it's not possible to really know...

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Maybe we should ask for a video of it so you can verify the findings
7th April 2014, 08:55 AM |#9  
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Maybe we should ask for a video of it so you can verify the findings

Video should be 30 hours long mate...
You could use 70% for a 2 hours, then 5-10% for a 10-20 hours and then 40% to record a 5 mins video.

It's not possible to know that all we could get is this...so we could believe it or not.

I don't buy that but OK...

Actually - I believe it is possible, if you lower your cpu freq to minimum and brightness to very low.

But if you are using device like every other "normal" person...
I really doubt battery could hold that much of screen time to.

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Video should be 30 hours long mate...
You could use 70% for a 2 hours, then 5-10% for a 10-20 hours and then 40% to record a 5 mins video.

It's not possible to know that all we could get is this...so we could believe it or not.

I don't buy that but OK...

Actually - I believe it is possible, if you lower your cpu freq to minimum and brightness to very low.

But if you are using device like every other "normal" person...
I really doubt battery could hold that much of screen time to.

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Yes it was a joke, it would be 14 hours long for you to watch thus the .

There's no realistic way to verify anyone's claims so you can say they are bull**** all you want, but if what he is saying is the truth then it is pretty amazing and I highly doubt the Z1 can do it even at minimum brightness.

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