Anonymous, 19 Feb 2019Do you carry wireless charger with you, right pants pocket have phone and in left pants pocket... moreYes, I do carry a charger with me. In a bag. That's what bags are for.
If small batteries are a problem, what about a powerbank? They cost like a fraction of the price of an actual phone and have like five times the capacity of a smartphone battery. It might not give you enough power to spare, but it might make things a little easier until phone companies stop trying to push for wafer-thin phones and make them a little thicker for larger batteries.
Most people sleep on 12 hour flights, so if you don't have anything important to do in those 12 hours then why not do the same thing?
YXJyb2dhbnQ, 17 Jan 2019You can't have everything you want. A ~17 hour battery life is already more than enough to get... moreDo you carry wireless charger with you, right pants pocket have phone and in left pants pocket have wireless charger... walking around like hamster pockets loaded :)
I dont want to have all, just normal size phone, body size about 70x140mm and 4000mAh battery what can stand full day web browsing and still have enough power to call taxi to take you hotel after full day travel. I dont care tiny pixels I anyway cannot see, but care good camera, because I can see and show photos to friends from 65inch 4K TV as a second screen.
YXJyb2dhbnQ, 17 Jan 2019You can't have everything you want. A ~17 hour battery life is already more than enough to get... more17 hour continuous web browsing would be good! but you probably think that 17 hour standby time is ok? well, its not! if you take long plane trip then you sit like 12 hour in plane with playing with your phone, and when you arrive and want to call taxi you just look your died phone and start walking :D
Devil , 16 Jan 2019Xiaomi mi mix 3 has a tiny battery, that's the problem. You can't have everything you want. A ~17 hour battery life is already more than enough to get you through the day. You get a wireless charger as well, so why do you still say it's a problem?