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

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By -nlf-, Junior Member on 7th April 2014, 08:11 AM
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1080p video (hw decoder)
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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%....
7th April 2014, 08:47 AM |#6  
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Originally Posted by solwretep

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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Originally Posted by funky0308

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.
7th April 2014, 09:56 AM |#11  
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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.

Why do you think it can't?
Z2 have slightly bigger screen and 1GB RAM more so I think battery life should be similar to Z1.

With IPS screen you could get hour or two more (screen time) but to get 7-8 hours more...I really doubt that...

But OK, that's my opinion...
Maximum I can get from Z1 (and my battery is really good) is 30 hours battery with 5.30h-6h of screen time (on 50-60%) and one hour more on (40-50%).

Tested on KitKat Z1 6903 stock firmware.

If you check details, you'll see there's only MXplayer (5%) and nothing more...
Where are the social networks, wifi, gps or push emails...

I'm not trying to say it's not possible, it is but only if you stay on home screen and watch it for a 14 hours...


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