Since activating my new LG G Stylo, one thing that really stands out (so far) is the overall battery life.
I am often rather cynic when it comes to product specifications. I can look at numbers and what things should be and am never quite happy once I start using the phone. Those feelings aside, I will definitely not question the hours of talk time produced from the stock 3,000 mAh battery. It’s simply awesome.
I for one am a bit of a power hog. I always have Wifi on, always have Bluetooth on and freely use my phone throughout the day. Toggling things, takes time and effort. I like my screen pretty bright and I normally lock it at about 56% (On Stylo) with a 1 minute screen timeout. With all that established, my phones are seldom far from a mini USB cable. Off the charger, most phones show me battery status in the red by the end of my work day. Thus you can imagine my surprise when my G Stylo took me quite a bit further. Seriously gets me though my work day, most of the evening and I can’t recall ever seeing a red battery icon before placing it on the charger for the night. Nice!
I always wondered why phones with some of the larger screens tend to have some of the more impressive battery life. I always figured a bigger screen = bigger battery but that doesn’t seem to be the case. The LG G Stylo has a pretty standard 3,000 mAh battery and right now is among the best of LG’s phones (in terms of a lasting battery). So, with that in mind give me a bigger screen (I don’t mind) and then talk to me at 8:30 PM where I’ll still be huddled in a corner steaming music with ease.
Just another great efficiency that LG offers at any price point. If you are on a budget, want a current phone with efficient battery life then the LG G Stylo should certainly be among the first phones you should consider.
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