Originally Posted by SÜPERUSER
yep..of course LTE draws more power. But just because you buy the LTE version C6833 if im not wrong doesn't mean that it is automatically use more power. It is only if you're on an LTE network and the radio is active.
You can still use only gsm or 3G with this phone.
Not accurate at all.
The latest LTE chips on are extremely efficient power wise and don't drain more power than 3G.
The first and second generation LTE modules did drain a lot of power.
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