1. InfinityBob's Avatar
    I'm wondering if anyone can enlighten me. I've been wondering what the difference is between a normal locked state (lock/screen dim button) and a magnetic standby state (induced by blackberry holster). Is the phone going to save more power with a holster than just being locked/dimmed with the button? Or are both states the same in terms of battery conservation?

    What's the difference between these two states, if any?

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    10-30-14 05:40 PM
  2. midnightdoom's Avatar
    Ask far as I know it's just an option to automatically lock device when put in holster instead of being timed to lock

    *Z30 STA100-5 10.2.1.2977/3247*
    10-30-14 08:05 PM
  3. QWKSNKE's Avatar
    Both are same

    STL-4. 10.3.1.938
    10-30-14 10:19 PM
  4. grahamf's Avatar
    the difference should be very little. Lock mode does run the screen's digitizer for the swipe-up-to-unlock feature, but the holster closes a magnetic switch. Neither should have a noticeable affect on the the battery.
    10-30-14 10:50 PM
  5. InfinityBob's Avatar
    Thanks for the responses that's a big help.

    For quite some time now I have been under the impression that the holster locked state was providing additional power saving over the normal lock state and so this has been a factor in which kind of case to get for my new Z30.

    Cheers

    Posted via CB10
    10-31-14 05:56 AM

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