battery percentage in the status bar, however it seems this may be something that arrives with a future update to Kit Kat. As it turns out, the battery percentage readout has been discovered hidden in Android 4.4, though, there are some quirks with the current implementation.
Nexus 5 appears to have lots to offer. Aside from being the first handset to run Android 4.4 Kit Kat, there is also a 5-inch Full HD display, 8 megapixel rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization, LTE network support and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. The handset also has a 2300 mAh battery, which looks like it will be getting a boost courtesy of Qualcomm.
ready to start mass producing curved batteries, which will apparently power their new Galaxy Round smartphone. That device, which is technically the first curved smartphone this year, had a 2,800mAh battery on board. The LG G Flex, by comparison, had an appropriately sized 3,500mAh battery packed in.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon BatteryGuru app, now at version 2.0, seeks to help users do just that by not making them think about it at all.
Nexus 5 will have two different battery options is still debatable, but at least one person claims to have their hands on the 2300mAh option. It’s definitely a different battery than any LG we’ve ever seen, and doesn’t seem to be from their new G Flex phone.
Samsung Galaxy S 4, one thing that almost always ruins the experience is a short battery life. Xtorm has produced a new kind of battery pack that helps delay reaching for a wall charger and in a environment-friendly way to boot.
EE Times, Samsung may be taking another big step toward a truly walled ecosystem.
has many fans of the Note franchise excited. A revamped device which promises to improve on it’s predecessor is always a good thing, but the Note 3 might have a few issues. While that big ‘ol battery is nice, it has it’s disadvantages as well.
battery exploding in a smartphone or tablet, even catching fire. It seems to happen for no reason, and is really obscure. We can’t even point to one type of device or battery that is susceptible, aside from knock-off batteries.