Google Nexus 5X Offers Up to Four Hours of Screen on Time
It looks like the smartphone technology advances with each year. Smartphone manufacturers keep getting smarter and they find different ways to enhance their devices such as adding more clarity to pictures and more power to the processor. While technology keeps on advancing, there is one problems that all smartphone manufacturers are faced with each day and that’s battery life.
Obviously smartphones are mobile and that’s why tech manufacturers are always looking for ways and methods to enhance their battery life. The problem is that because they are mobile, they cannot equip them with large batteries because this will make them heavier. Therefore, all that’s left is tweaking out the processor and battery until its optimized to the point that it can last for days without running out of power.
Google Nexus 5X: Great Battery Life Expectancy
One example of a smartphone that features a great battery life is Nexus 5X. This smartphone is the result of the collaboration between Google and LG and it was launched back in 2015. LG has equipped the device with the best hardware available on the market and Google has kept on updating its operating system thus making it one of the most popular Android devices ever made.
Now onto the matter at hand, Nexus 5X is known for having one of the longest lasting batteries. LG is the one that equipped Nexus 5X with a non-removable Li-Po 2,700 mAh battery that’s able to last for hours on end. The smartphone’s battery has been tested and its able to provide 17 hours of 3G talk-time, 8:30 hours of web-browsing and 6:25 hours of video playback.
While the aforementioned data seems impressive, that’s not what really matters. What matters is the amount of Screen on time Nexus 5X is able to provide users with and that’s where this smartphone excels. According to a recent XDA Forum survey, Nexus 5X is able of offering up to 4 hours of screen on time. This is really impressive especially when considering that this smartphone was unveiled back in 2015. We can only wonder how much longer screen on time future smartphones will be able to offer.