Reply to post: Re: Smartphones run for days, no need for "ancient Nokia" for better standby time

Be your own Big Brother: Keeping an eye on Mum and Dad

Marvin the Martian

Re: Smartphones run for days, no need for "ancient Nokia" for better standby time

Err... No.

My 1-y-old samsung galaxy fire with Bluetooth and GPS turned off and not opened for 14h (remove from charger in morning, look at it when reconnecting to it) has lost over 25% of charge.

My Nokia 100 can be on for 8days without recharging. And that's when travelling that I use it, so I actually have to check it more regularly (and change the local time) -- as a clock, and because my provider keeps sending me texts about tariffs etc.

Try again.

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