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What model should I buy? SM-G900H or SM-G900F?

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By edenk, Member on 25th April 2014, 10:14 AM
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15th May 2014, 11:13 PM |#21  
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Yeah it's true for development support. But bare in mind that exynos version was faster and the battery life is longer

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That's is actually not true at all. I had s5 atnt for 2 days and the battery life was the best better then my nexus but I have this s5 g900h for a week now and regret it I bought this so I could use my T-Mobile 3g/H+ . I can't say anything abt the performance, but yes it is little bit laggy.
 
 
16th May 2014, 12:40 AM |#22  
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That's is actually not true at all. I had s5 atnt for 2 days and the battery life was the best better then my nexus but I have this s5 g900h for a week now and regret it I bought this so I could use my T-Mobile 3g/H+ . I can't say anything abt the performance, but yes it is little bit laggy.

How much screen on time?

Modem seems to be the culprit for the less battery on the Exynos variant. I have seen that phone calls consume more power than anything else.... blame Intel.
16th May 2014, 12:45 AM |#23  
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How much screen on time?

Modem seems to be the culprit for the less battery on the Exynos variant. I have seen that phone calls consume more power than anything else.... blame Intel.

Only 4 hrs. And I'm on 30% right now. Bluetooth and GPS both turned off even nfc
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