Beastly battery performance of note4 that (with more sunlight-legible amoled) got triple brightness in this test makes me wonder what they do a year later, shoudnt they get better in battery life?
You should have included the LG G2 in that test, to put the V10 to shame and show LG that they went backward instead of forward.
wargreymon, 08 Nov 2015I wonder if it's Qualcomm that messed up the design/architecture of Snapdragon 808/810 or if T... moreThere a phones that already used those chipset, and it was not as disappointing as LG did. So don't blame Qualcomm.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2015Very disappointing.Agreed. I was hoping V10 would reach a similar endurance to Note 5, but it seems LG didn't optimize it as much as they should...
So 'apparently' people believed that the 808 doesn't heat like the 810 and should have 'better' battery life. Well now, neither the V10 nor the G4 has better battery endurance rating (according to gsmarena) than the G Flex 2.
wargreymon, 08 Nov 2015I wonder if it's Qualcomm that messed up the design/architecture of Snapdragon 808/810 or if T... moreThink it was both. But 20nm is quite important, nobody seems to remember that part of it.
Waiting for "at least the battery is replaceable" comments..that doesnt excuse this Horrible battery life...especially for a phone targeting the Note5 and edge+ who did waaaay better with the same battery capacity.....Surely for a phone that size they could have gone for a minimum of 3200mAh
I'm always wondering why isn't GSMArena testing the phones with fixed brightness set (measured) in nits. Every phone has different brightness at 50% level so the results are not comparable.
I wonder if it's Qualcomm that messed up the design/architecture of Snapdragon 808/810 or if TSMCs 20nm leaks like hell. Barely anyone is using their 20nm, and those that do seem to have bad efficiency.
That sounds great, only that I have never owned or used any LG mobile b4. But I think it's cool sha.