I think you need to wait a week before making judgement calls like this.
#1 - From all of the screenshots I've seen, it's cellular standby which is chewing the most power. I'm sure someone will get to the bottom of this.
#2 - These phones are all probably on their first battery cycle. I know mine was. In a week, we should have a better idea of what's going on.
There really isn't a science to the "Battery Cycle" or breakin period. Really it's "New Device Syndrome," you have a new device, you use it more than you normally would. Turning the screen on to check something, everything. As you get used to the device you settle into your normal usage pattern (not a device usage pattern) and you get your optimal battery life.
There is no doubt that's a large portion of the change/difference in battery life, but with most battery technology (lithium ion, lithium polymer, etc) there is something to be gained from completing a learning cycle or two to get realistic discharge/charge boundries, so that your percentage accurately reflects the actual battery state.
Here's today's battery capture. I've disabled power saving for cpu/gpu, the other two options are on, screen is set to auto. I used the screen about an hour today, but drove ~2 hours with Slacker Radio playing and streaming via BT. GPS is on, BT is on, WiFi is on. There's about 4 hours of not being in WiFi coverage reflected by this.
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now this seems interesting , care to share your new apn settings ?
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my cell standby is only 11% so no bug
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