Originally Posted by xrad
Bear in mind that "screen on time" is not as hard a fact as one might think! For instance it massively depends on whether or not auto-brightness is enabled, and if so, what level of brightness was in use for most of the time. Also, the energy saving settings could influence this.
Bottom line, as you have also said numerous times: it depends, and in fact so much so that it's futile to debate it here.
Mmmm... But I'm comparing my screen on time with... myself!
According to my daily/average usage, I know that I get 3 hours and 30 minutes of screen on time (I play a lot of games. At least for 40 minutes. Calls for 50 minutes. Music Player, which has me keeping the screen on for half the time I listen to music, for 30 minutes). So, yeah. The leaked ROM wouldn't give me more than 1.5 hours when I tried half of these things.
Android devices owned: Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000, 8GB, Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300, 16GB (Pebble Blue)