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For good battery life what amount dpi should I set? I know the default dpi for note 3 is 480! And if I want to increase my battery life should I reduce the dpi?

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For good battery life what amount dpi should I set? I know the default dpi for note 3 is 480! And if I want to increase my battery life should I reduce the dpi?

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I can only say, DPI has nothing to do with your battery life.
It is your phone usage, installed apps, running in bacground apps which will affect the most.
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If I set lower DPI (Dot Per Inchi) so my device regulation goes low, whenever regulation is low, isn't battery consume lower energy?
 
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If I set lower DPI (Dot Per Inchi) so my device regulation goes low, whenever regulation is low, isn't battery consume lower energy?
No, your phone display uses still same amount of energy to display. The only change appears in objects size on your display.
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