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The battery life for my Samsung Galaxy is very short. You need to charge it every night.
Leanne nailed this one!
The Apple 5s that I have lasts into the second day if I need it to. Battery life is always dependent upon how long your screen is being used, or if your phone searches for new emails, and other app updates throughout the day.
Depends on how I use it but all day long and it is 2 years. Droid!
I get about 24-36 hours of full use with my NOTE 4 with out a charge.
Not long enough! I need to have a charger around on a typical day, my phone is about 2 years old.
The answer to that depends, in part, on how much you use your cell phone. My previous smart phone (an old iPhone) had reached the point where I had to charge it at least once a day, sometimes twice. My new iPhone 6 Plus only needs to be charged every 1-3 days depending on how much I use it but even on the days I use it quite a bit, it's usually still at least 50% charged at the end of the day.
I have an iPhone 6, I got it when ever they came out, so it's just a few months old and for the most part my battery will get me through the work day. On occassion when I have a super busy day with a lot of negotiations and chatting with clients I have to zap it for a while mid day. I do carry a portable usb charger with me all the time.
Sonatta, my battery seems to last four to six hours of heavy use. I think by phone is going on three years old.
My battery has lasted 3 days. My phone is a year old.
My 2 year old Samsung Galaxy 3 typically lasts for the whole day. Sometimes a little less, most often more.
3 days, 1 year old Iphone 5
I would say about 3/4 of a day if I am very busy and I usually am most of the time. Now I have 3 different email accounts on it and get about at least 75 emails a day and are on the phone and texting quite a bit. I have a Blackberry Q10 and the phone is almost 2 years old and the battery 6 months old.
Wow, 2 year old LG G2 and battery is good, charges well. Biggest issue is to delete apps I don't use that drain it. Skype is a prime example. Never used it on my phone but it always starts itself, so I deleted it.
My Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is about 2 years old and the battery life depends on how I use it. Usually it lasts about a day and a half but sometimes over 2 days. Most smartphones with a lot of apps running don't last more than a day or so.