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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Suffers Battery Life Complaints

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One handset that has done well since it made its arrival on the market is the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Samsung have had to struggle with the display size and the battery life of the handset and usually they get this right. But it seems they may not have done so this time.

The battery on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is 3,000mAh and this is a smaller battery than what was on the Note 4. Some people have been worrying about this but perhaps they shouldn’t as when the device has a full battery it offers about 27 hours and 30 minutes. This is below that of the Note 4 though as this offered up 28 hours and 46 minutes.

The Android update is having a bad effect on the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 though, which has had people heading to the forums to talk about lack of battery life.

Do you have the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and have you noticed any issues with the battery life on your handset?

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1 Comment

  1. Benedito Venturoso

    February 7, 2016 at 9:03 am

    I have a Samsung Note5 and it’s the better smartphone I ever had. The main reason why I decided for Note5 was exactly Battery Life. I extensively research all the options, having tested heard the opinion of Huawey owners and OnePlus users. Although Note5 is still behind OnePlus One and Huawei Ascend Mate in terms of battery life, the Note5 has a much more efficient charge time. And, off course, Note5 is the most complete device available in the market. If you are considering purchase a Note5, don’t pay attention to rumors about battery efficiency in this device. Go ahead and buy it!