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Submitted by me24 1000d ago | article

How long does the Samsung Galaxy S III battery last?

BIT: How long does the battery on the Samsung Galaxy S III last? Half a day? A day? Two days? Here's what we found over a 24-hour period. (Gadgets, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S III)

gaffyh  +   1000d ago
Stupid test, it would have been more scientific if you just played a video the entire time. Especially because, flight mode would save a lot of battery.
fatstarr  +   1000d ago
I like this test, its typical use in a day.

vs forced battery consumption.

similar to the galaxy s battery life
Speed-Racer  +   1000d ago
The thing is, most people don't play games all the time on their devices. What they should have done was ranked tests... e.g. one more constant usage, economy, and minimal.

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