I don't think so, i've even turned off background usage on most app but email & messenger sync and everything else is working properly..
Thanks for taking the time to respond. I have the Snapdragon model. What specifically did you disable? I tried to disable 5g but I dont have the option to edit my APN (Visible is my provider)
Your thoughts are the exact same as mine. The OP you can just out of the box start using and get great battery. I havent done much tweaking to this phone which is probably the reason I am not getting good battery life, but if anyone can suggest what to disable, I will gladly do it. Really all I want is 120z and always on display turned on, bluetooth always on (for my car and bluetooth speakers), GPS always on and other than that, I use wifi when at work and home and do some light gaming and that's really it.
EDIT: attached my typical day. As you can see, not that great...
After two "rounds" with OnePlus (6T and now 7T), I'd like to come back to a smaller form factor and a Samsung product: so the Galaxy S20 4G (Exynos variant) intrigues me a lot...
Am I crazy to make the switch from my 7T?
I'm particularly concerned about battery life: the 7T is not considered a "battery phone" but not an hungry one either, and with my current usage I rarely go below 40% at the end of the day...
Should I expect similar results from a Galaxy S20?
TIA and Ciao from Italy!