Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 26th Oct 2011 10:32 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Today is the start of Nokia World 2011, the event where Nokia would unveil its first Windows Phone 7 device(s). And so they did. The Finnish mobile giant unveiled two Windows Phone 7 smartphones, as well as four new Series 40 phones for emerging markets. The most interesting thing? Pricing. Pretty aggressive. Update: Anybody want a kidney?
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RE[2]: asha
by Slambert666 on Thu 27th Oct 2011 03:28 UTC in reply to "RE: asha"
Slambert666
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2008-10-30

Battery life really depends on the usage more than the os.

My E63 and my Galaxy S II has about the same battery life when strictly used as a phone for calls and texting (4 to 6 days).
With WI-FI on continuously they both have 3 to 4 days battery life.
When you start using the S II for watching movies and playing games and browsing then the battery life drops to 1 day, the E63 is useless for anything but basic phone features so it "feels" like it has better battery life, but in reality it is the same.

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