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Question Xiaomi Mi 11 lite 5g Battery life ?

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Primal.pr28

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Hello.. Can someone who knows about battery draining give some help? I ve got this phone a week or so and I think the battery drains kinda fast. I'm not sure. I used to have Xiaomi Note 9s with a super battery. I m uploading a few screenshots . Is it drains fast?? Or all looks normal? Thanks in advance
 

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arthem044

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On my phone there is always Android System consuming a lot of battery, almost like Screen. I don't know if that's normal. On a REDMI 9 of a friend Android System is almost consuming nothing
 

version-x

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@Primal.pr28 the cpu behaviour is setup to react to user action, rather than anticipate user action. If reacting to user actions is priority, then you want to react to the user action as quickly as possible (phone = smooth). This is not efficient. It means that even the smallest actions may require processing speeds greater than necessary. With better optimization you could get at least 25% more usage of your device at no cost of performance. Consider switching battery saver mode on by default forever as well, don't think you lose much performance.
 

VedranB

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Yesterday I used phone literally from 100-0%, and I noticed strange thing, the reading that it reported as consumed power by the screen was ~48% but it says something like 1300mAh. So obviously totally incorrect. If the battery is 4250mAh, then half of it should be around 2100mAh, not 1300.
 

dannejanne

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Yesterday I used phone literally from 100-0%, and I noticed strange thing, the reading that it reported as consumed power by the screen was ~48% but it says something like 1300mAh. So obviously totally incorrect. If the battery is 4250mAh, then half of it should be around 2100mAh, not 1300.
It's not percent of the battery capacity that is displayed. It's percent of all things like hardware & software usage put together including system and apps.
 

vanpopel

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Yesterday I used phone literally from 100-0%, and I noticed strange thing, the reading that it reported as consumed power by the screen was ~48% but it says something like 1300mAh. So obviously totally incorrect. If the battery is 4250mAh, then half of it should be around 2100mAh, not 1300.
Do you use your phone for more than 24h?? Xiaomi is showing only last 24h battery stats.
 

davidkejzlar

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12.5.5 is same as 12.5.3, most resources are consumed by screen, sometimes buggy Google app "Carrier services". Around 10% overnight battery consumption, phone lasts about 45-50 hours (light use, web browsing, work profile, emails, Whatsapp, constant synchronization of private and work apps on).
 
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    12.5.5 is same as 12.5.3, most resources are consumed by screen, sometimes buggy Google app "Carrier services". Around 10% overnight battery consumption, phone lasts about 45-50 hours (light use, web browsing, work profile, emails, Whatsapp, constant synchronization of private and work apps on).
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    12.5.5 is same as 12.5.3, most resources are consumed by screen, sometimes buggy Google app "Carrier services". Around 10% overnight battery consumption, phone lasts about 45-50 hours (light use, web browsing, work profile, emails, Whatsapp, constant synchronization of private and work apps on).