The LG G Flex2 will be staying under the spotlight for a while as it is not only a curved smartphone with self-healing coating on its back, but it is also the first device to utilize the new Snapdragon 810 chip. Performance aside, what this blogpost is all about, is its battery life.
The G Flex2 is powered by a non-removable 3,000 mAh battery, which is about 15% less than its predecessor. The Snapdragon 810 chipset supports fast charging by default and the provided charger can replenish 60% of the Flex2?s battery in half an hour.
We were all eager to check how the S810 hardware does in the battery department and as usual we kicked off our battery routine with the 3G call test. The LG G Flex2 packed enough juice to last almost 18 hours – 7 hours less than its predecessor, but a very good score nonetheless.