Wednesday, 22 January 2014


You're welcome, we all know 2013 was a prosperous year for many Smartphones producing companies like Sony, Nokia, Tecno, LG and Samsung to mention a few.
And you also know that 9jaTechArena have been keeping you updated on the latest Smartphones in the market.
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          - Samsung Galaxy Note 3 about to be released
          - Nokia Normandy User Interface
Why discuss about Battery life?

One major feature we look out for in all the varieties of smartphones around either Android, iOS, Windows, etc is their battery life span.
Check out:
          - 5 Important Tips To               Make Your Battery Last Longer
You'll agree with me that, no matter how super-cool your smartphone can be - if it's battery life span is not durable it's a big problem for you.

Give Smart honour to whom honour is due to...

I'll quickly share with you the Best 6 smartphones with battery usage that really impressed us.
Give one of these devices a try if you're looking for a phone that packs some decent juice.

Best Top 6 Smartphones with longer Battery life

Motorola Droid Maxx (Verizon Wireless), August 2013

The Droid Maxx has a big, colorful screen and plenty of features. Its camera also takes great photos, but the real story is that its battery kept going for 15 hours and 50
minutes. That's almost an hour more than its predecessor, the old Droid Razr Maxx HD, which lasted 14 hours and 53 minutes.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (multiple carriers), October 2013

The third generation of Note is the most significant upgrade yet and the first Note
device. It delivered 15 hours of battery life.

LG G Flex (multiple carriers), January 2014

The G Flex not only has a novel, bowed body that can withstand 88 pounds of pressure, but its 3,500mAh battery inside is curved as
well  the handset lasted an impressive 17 hours and 49 minutes -- that's plenty of
time to watch your videos on that immersive curved display

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini (AT&T), September 2013

Though it originally launched in 2012, the S3 Mini debuted on AT&T in September 2013
for just 99 cents. But don't be fooled by the budget-friendly price, the compact handset
packs plenty of battery punch: 14 hours and 6 minutes of video playback, to be exact.

Motorola Moto X (multiple carriers), September 2013

Motorola's most impressive handset yet has plenty of notable capabilities and
functionality along with a tested battery life of 10 hours and 9 minutes. And all of that is crammed into a highly customizable design built for maximum comfort.

Samsung Galaxy Express (AT&T), November

Coming in with 14 hours and 35 minutes of continuous video time under its belt, the
Galaxy Express showed plenty of battery life.
In addition to that, it features a solid 5-megapixel camera and 4G LTE.

You'll notice that the battery life was measured based on how long it lasts on continuous video playback.

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