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Old 05-05-2012, 03:04 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
Any idea what the battery life is like? That CPU and screen are going to be pretty brutal on the battery.
Samsung has stated it should "Get you through the day with heavy usage".

No doubt the CPU/Screen are going to be battery hogs but Samsung is using a 28nm chip technology and upping the battery to 2100mA that should counter some of the energy demands.

On the market the closest device with the same specs is the HTC One X (same screen size, resolution, CPU(4)). Currently most folks are reporting getting that the One X easily gets them through the day with.


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Thanks for the link. On a side note, the North American version won't be quad-core, it will use the Snapdragon S4 from Qualcomm, as there is no LTE integrated solution on the Exynos chip. Although only dual core, the S4 is based on the new A15 architecture and 28nm process, so it compares favourably with the A9 quad-cores.
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