Jay, 03 Sep 2016does blackeberry priv supports quick charge 3.0..?No unfortunately :(
Whuzzup, 27 Dec 2015Has anyone ever considered the battery size of an iPhone to an android. Not sure but I don't t... moreThat because iphone have simpler technology used to built it. Iphone is using 1gb ram and dual core processor. That hardwares need low power thus the small battery is sufficient enough for it. Put a 1500mah battery in Nokia 3310 and you get a phone lasts a few weeks long too. Android have overly advanced hardware for its battery. 4gb ram and 10 core processors plus the QuadHD or even 4k display kills battery 10 time faster. Its like comparing low powered Pebble watch and high powered Apple watch. Which one you think last longer?
Has anyone ever considered the battery size of an iPhone to an android. Not sure but I don't think an iPhone has over 2000mAh but it can also hold a charge for either the same time frame or longer than some androids that has some beast size batteries that are 2500mAh and greater.
For a 5.4 AMODEL screen with SDP808 and 3450MAh battery is very low. For a business phone this is quite disappointing.
AnonD-379134, 27 Dec 2015So is the Note 5 which almost hit the 14 hours mark on video playback timeOh, you are right!
Then the big question is what it is that is poorly optimized?
Is it firmware (and thus potentially fixable), or hardware components that are the culprits?
Good thing I didn't rush head over heels for this shitty piece of crap, try again later BB for now I will pass
Eske Rahn, 27 Dec 2015In all fairness on the poor video-usage-time, it should be remembered that it is a QHD display.So is the Note 5 which almost hit the 14 hours mark on video playback time
In all fairness on the poor video-usage-time, it should be remembered that it is a QHD display.
They price the priv really high and they can't even include a fast charger in the box. Not to mention that poor battery performance.
no wireless charging outside U.S. or fast charger in the box, another good idea from Blackberry, charge a premium price for a less than premium product.