Originally Posted by Morlac
And that's a good thing -- if I understand correctly, it would be akin to the way laptops slow down their CPUs to save energy when they're not running something demanding. The PP wakes up again very quickly -- as you've seen.
Not to hijack the thread, but how does that interact with mp3 playback? I am sure I've seen posts saying that mp3 drains the battery but not too quickly. So is the audio playback handled by a separate processor or in some other power-saving manner?
MP3 playback is all done with the same hardware. Power usage is considerably more.