Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to use new chip that improves battery life
| by Anujeet Majumdar |
Samsung finally pulled the wraps off its highly anticipated Galaxy Note 3 recently, and the news now is that the battery life on the new phablet is going to last a lot longer than expected, according to GigaOM.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will come with a much better battery life
While explaining the problems that a high peak-to-average ratio pose to the source, Jeremy Hendy, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at envelope tracking company Nujira said, “You need a high-powered amp for LTE otherwise the signal is distorted. That’s why the power on an LTE [handset] is so bad. For every 4 watts you put in you only get 1 watt out.”
Also, users who have a lot of mobile apps running in the background will also benefit from this because apps also communicate with the network at all times. And the Note 3 will be able to last much longer because it is not wasting all that extra energy. Intensive functions like video streaming will still take away a lot of the power due to excessive use of the processor and display, but the additional mobile radio power expenditure can be avoided.
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