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2007-05-14 13:54 - edited 2007-05-14 13:54
Message Edited by djgail on 14-May-200701:55 PM
2007-05-15 12:38 - edited 2007-05-15 12:38
i dont know why people are in denial about the battery.
nokia, you have messed up on the battery front and you know it.
nokia wont admit as it would set a precedent
they will listen by making a n95i and you people that have spent hundreds of pounds, dollars or euro will regret buying generic.
True true the battery is indeed pants, if you compare the length of time the batteries last now to what they used to be like its been getting slowly worse.
I have a god knows how many year old 8310, if I charge that up full it will last a week or more with little use, do the same with any smartphone nowaways and you'll get a max of 2-3 days usually.
The main prob is they have crammed new technology in but have hardly touched the battery technology, if you compare the size of a 6230i battery to a N80 / N95 battery they are the same thickness but the 6230i battery is a lot longer, if people accepted, ok my phone is going to be a bit fat but hey the battery will last a week even if I use it all the time, we'd be ok but people are always moaning how thick phones are.
Cue the moment the N80 came out, its really not that thick !, but until the technology either gets smaller and more space can be made for the battery r until they start making decent batteries for phones its only going to get worse and worse as they displays get bigger and more stuff is crammed in. So at the mo there is only 3 ways to cure the probs....A turn your phone off B keep a spare battery in your pocket, or C have a charger where ever you go which kind of defeats the object of a 'mobile' phone.
Message Edited by crea2k on 15-May-200712:40 PM
Message Edited by crea2k on 15-May-200712:49 PM