Adrian Kingsley-Hughes writing for ZDNot wants to know about Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s supposed all-day battery life.
Breaking with tradition, Samsung has seemingly abandoned the tradition of quoting battery life in hours based on some task or other and chosen to go with the phrase ‘all-day battery.’
That would be a good way to describe average battery life.
Actual battery life varies by network environment, features and apps used, frequency of calls and messages, number of times charged, and many other factors.
Oh, so that’s how it’s done. How does the Galaxy Note 9 stack up?
While only real-world testing – testing carried out by a varied range of users – can conclusively answer this question (and even then, bear in mind that battery life is incredibly personal), based on the hardware specs, I’m going to say yes.
That’s a big battery, though.