Many media have reported in their analyzes the enormous battery life issues that suffers the new Nexus 5 presented by Google this past week. These media have described the battery life in their reviews as “terrible” at worst, and “very poor” at best.
It is something that many people already feared when looking at the technical specifications of the device. Besides the fact that the camera seems to be of considerably worse quality than expected, the most worrisome problem of the new Google Nexus 5 is its poor battery life. For example, The Verge reported that the battery lasted only 8 hours with moderate use on any given day, while the next day the battery lasted 16 hours. This suggests that it is probably a problem that can be fixed with a software update. On the other hand, the friends of Android Central They have reported durations of between 9 and 12 hours, a time that is still insufficient for all of them for daily use of a smartphone.
As we’ve discussed above, this appears to be something that could easily be fixed, or at least alleviated, with software updates that help optimize battery life. In any case, it seems clear that the battery of only 2300 mAh that incorporates the new Nexus 5 is insufficient for the terminal. Such a large screen and such a powerful processor have too much power for it. The analyzes that circulate on the network also report that using the Nexus 5 with a 3G connection instead of Wi-Fi and taking many photos with the camera are two black holes that consume the battery in an exaggerated way. Google, there you have two tracks where you should start to improve Android 4.4 …