TheProperGentleman, 27 Nov 2017I think instead of just giving a score, GSMA should also give us the battery life in day to da... moreWell SOT of 6h is obviously not a full day. And according to GSMarena most phones last even more. So yes, tests are not realistic, but because the results are actually better than what you get in real life. And they are testing in WiFi. that''s soo 20th century. It's #g/4G usage that matters. GPS and games too. And video, at least tests here should be realistic.
[deleted post]Hi Nick,
Does the poor battery life has something to do with always on display? As AOD can be less efficient on LCD.
And the screen being dimmer? Is it really challenging to use outdoors ? Like when u need to snap a photo or take videos or reading messages on a sunny day? Or still acceptable ?
This is the only review I've read or watched that had the U11+ have poor battery life. There was one who even said he had a problem draining the battery.
And this is why everything isn't based on specs or numbers. Large battery we would praise, we can laugh at the real life endurance
So HTC did it again, great overall phone but there are better ones for the money. HTC U Ultra situation without the amazing blue back.
Do the battery life test again. there might be some discrepancies. reset it and do the test again.with 835 and 3930mah battery it should atleast last over 80hrs.
now this is a beautiful phone. Battery is no problem for me, I'm not a heavy user. Only drawback is 3.5mm jack absent. It will be mine
[deleted post]This feels like some Moto G5 and G5S reviews elsewhere that claim the phone lasts for 4 to 5h SoT.
If playing games you can kill that phone in 5h SoT, with normal use you can easly get 7 to 8h SoT.
Same with a lot of other phones, SoT in reviews is a lot of times false.
(I use auto brightness)
I am in a dilemma between HTC U11+ and LG V30+. Is there any comparison review of these two devices?
What's your opinion on the low brightness that this review talks about?
Wow, are you guys sure this wasn't a Razer phone hidden in the body of a U11+? Seriously though, the similarities are uncanny - nice but dim screens, good audio, big batteries with surprisingly bad test scores, and they were even announced almost at the same time. Too bad both of them looked 'phone of the year'-worthy on paper, but didn't quite measure up in real life; I really thought one of them would be the rare device that manages to check all the boxes.
Amazing phone this U11+. I am curious about the translucent black color variant and how it looks in real.
[deleted post]Very level-headed review Nick. Gave you a thumbs-up.
[deleted post]Yes !! Exactly what i was thinking ....refering to your's and Tech Zillas reviews ... both mention how good the battery is ... and your Q&A someone asked about the screen brightness and i think you said it was perfectly fine outdoors ...
How can the battery life be that bad?
Can anybody with a htc u11+ confirm those battery findings?
I thought this is going to be a beast battery wise... What a shame if this turns out to be true.
[deleted post]100% agree with you...I watched your review last week before reading the GSMArena one and have watched 2 other reviews of the U11+ who also say the battery life is top notch. In fact one reviewer had to delay his review cause he had trouble draining the battery.
Has the poor battery life been mentioned yet? :-D Other than that, actually seems like HTC managed to make a pretty decent phone.
TheProperGentleman, 27 Nov 2017I think instead of just giving a score, GSMA should also give us the battery life in day to da... moreIf anyone is doubting the battery of the P10 Plus, here are a screenshot of the battery usage:
and the screen on time:
It was a long day.