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  1. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
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    Zzzzzlider IZ zhe anzwer!!!

    Indeed...

    :-D

      Passposted while waiting for the Zzzzzlider....  
    03-10-15 06:35 AM
  2. Supa_Fly1's Avatar
    There is evidence of great battery life in large thin devices. If this slider is as big as the Z30, there is enough room to have a Z30 sized (or bigger) battery. You are too dismissive of this possibility.

    My 9810 (that I still have an use) has longer battery life than my Zed10.

    If this wasn't BlackBerry, I would suggest a wager, but alas, it is BB so I am not too confident...
    I am to be dismissive for the simplistic reason:
    Because a Z30 does not have a separate screen and shell from the main body, that includes connectors, and a spring-loaded mechanism, like the Torch (9800/9810). Oddly enough find me such a similar designed smartphone that you can hold in one hand where the screen slides on a hinge and the battery life is better than the 9800/9810 - regardless of the year it was made?

    Let's see:


    HTC:
    TyTN/TyTN II
    P4350
    S710
    Touch Diamond
    Touch Pro
    Touch Pro 2
    Tilt2

    I'd say the Advantage X7500 [Li-Ion 2200 mAh battery & Intel PXA270 624Mhz chip]/Shift both running Windows Mobile 5.0 for PocketPC Phone Edition (just to compare OS generations to the BBOS of old).

    Nokia:
    N80
    N95
    N96
    N97
    N85
    - heck i'll even add the Communicator 9300/9500 and E90 (which I think was incredible in it's day and what BlackBerry had as it's real poweruser inspiration).

    Motorola:
    Phone Q 4G
    Droid 4 XT894
    Droid 3, Droid 2 Global, Milestone XT883/Milestone 2
    Cliq/Cliq 2, and finally the Motorola MPx!

    So ... you where saying I was so 'quick' to be dismissive? History has time and time again on multiple tries with various cpu's of old EACH much more efficient than today's cpu's - based on lower cycles, less processing power for roughly the same common tasks to be done (yes even editing documents), less data speeds for all wireless connectivity (no 3G/LTE on many of those mentioned above) and a few other things that places these old mobile OS' and processors - in perspective - to have better battery conception than today's mobile cpu's.
    03-10-15 06:19 PM
  3. spork141's Avatar
    What are we arguing about here? I read these past few posts 100 times and I still don't get it. Larger batteries, specs, better low power tech, and software optimization are all factors here. We still won't have enough info to decide what battery life will be from someone flashing a device for 10 seconds.

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    03-10-15 07:03 PM
  4. Toodeurep's Avatar
    What are we arguing about here? I read these past few posts 100 times and I still don't get it. Larger batteries, specs, better low power tech, and software optimization are all factors here. We still won't have enough info to decide what battery life will be from someone flashing a device for 10 seconds.

    Posted via CB10
    Exactly, too early to call.
    03-10-15 07:24 PM
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