Where can I find data about battery life of current Windows Phone 8 phone models?
closed as primarily opinion-based by Vitor Canova Nov 5 '13 at 14:52
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I'm sorry my answer isn't direct (as others said, this is a question for a hardware-reviewing site, of which there are many varying opinions), but here's my take: The technology of the battery itself has not changed very much over the years. Largely, the time that the battery will last you is dependent on how many programs run in the background over time, as well as features like the size of the screen, strength of the backlight, etc. My own opinion is that no matter which phone you get (Androids too, of course) you actually have quite a lot of control over how much battery life your phone uses; the biggest factor is which apps you install (and allow to run in the background)