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5 Best smartphone battery life

Updated on May 27, 2013

Top 5 - Best smartphone battery life

For the people that give priority to a smartphone that has better battery life, I have made a selection of the Top 5.

A major limitation of smartphones and electronic equipment in general, is the battery life. This is because the more functions and better performance the devices have, the bigger the battery consumption.

In general, the smartphone battery life is associated with the size of the battery, that is, a bigger battery usually lasts longer. Because of this limitation, a better battery is a big draw for consumers, so I´ve made a list of 5 best smartphone battery life:

Lenovo P770

This smartphone came as a strategy to gain a share of the market demande for devices with great autonomy. According to the company, Lenovo P770 is capable of providing 29 hours of talk time and up to 644 hours (about 26 days) in standby time.

All this is possible thanks to the battery of 3,500 mAh, far superior to smartphones in general that are available on the market.

Nokia N8

This Nokia model is relatively simple in terms of hardware, and also features the controversial Symbian operating system. Even with these specifications, N8 is a good option for those who need a battery that provides a long conversation time - an average of 12 hours. In standby mode, it can lasts for 16 days without needing to recharge.

Motorola Atrix 2

With Lapdock technology that allows connection between the phone and the laptop, the Atrix 2 is a smartphone that has a good differential, besides having a battery that provides 9 hours of talk time and up to 16 days on standby before needing charging.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

The Xperia Arc belong to the great "Sony family". It has excellent technical specifications, a battery life of up to 7 hours of talk time and 16 days in standby, even with 3G turned on.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

iPhone 5

As expected, the new Apple iPhone 5 is a good option for those who need a smartphone with excellent performance and good autonomy, being able to provide 8 hours of talk time and up to 10 days in standby mode.

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