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Samsung Galaxy S3 mini Sim Free white Sold by CELimited and Fulfilled by Amazon £155.00

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Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini UK Sim Free Smartphone - White £153.00 again sold and dispatch by amazon

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now white ones reduced 2 161, i prefer white note: dont buy from this link go further into the listing and select seller (amazon.co.uk) you have to select seller otherwise your order placed will g…
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Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini UK Sim Free Smartphone - Blue - £157 - SOLD AND DISPATCHED BY AMAZON £153.00

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Looking for s3 then decided for a smaller ones. good camera and phone speed remember to select your seller manually seller name (amazon.co.uk) dont buy from other sellers now even less
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drkdeath5000
zerospin

With regard to my Blade, I have no idea how it has such a set of legs on it! I did install a custom rom on it...then left it in a drawer for a couple of years. Greenify, battery doctor, wakelock detector & NoFrills CPU have just given it the most ridiculously long standby time. All from a 1250mah battery!
So yes, I don't think CPU has anything to do with battery life. It is all about the kernel/rom. & unfortunately, Android 4+ seems to be a battery hog.
For my purposes, I may well go back to using the ZTE Blade...(though I have v.unusual needs - extended music playback and GPS logging are the absolute priorities...a couple of other Android apps are also helpful to me for meeting people in new countries).
So yes - for me, the Lumia 625 from O2 for £149.99 would be my top choice in this price range. Lumia 520 for an absolute steal of a phone at around £70-£90....and then the Razr i - with Samsung my least preferred option.

Well my motorola razr maxx hd finally arrived late last week from the usa. Its very similar to the razr i only with better specs and slightly bigger in size. The main feature i was interested in was the huge 3300mah battery and its certainly lived up to my expectations and beyond. I can get 3 days out of it easily with normal useage, possibly 4 or 5 days if i quit using wifi and 3g. But what really impressed me was the standby time, in battery booster its rated it 400 hours which is roughly 16 days. Real time figures may differ to this but after leaving it in standby overnight the percentage didnt even drop 1%. Now i know you were not keen on the size of the maxx hd but honestly you dont notice it, its half an inch bigger than the razr i but still very pocket friendly. Compared to my dell streak 5 i dont even know its there and it fits perfectly in my side jeans pocket. Ultimately for me the size and the battery life makes this my perfect phone and i'm well and truly happy with it. It comes highly recommended from me but then after importing it you're looking at quite a big price tag. I ended up paying £250 after customs tax charges.

Cheers for the information about the Maxx HD.
I have actually found that my Razr i's battery has improved markedly. I had been using it without a sim card (my Lumia 920 is my main phone). I noticed that more than 80% of the battery power was being used by 'mobile standby'. I guess it constantly hunts for any signal in order to make emergency calls...but this was nailing the battery life.
Anyhow, with all of my battery saver tricks, I am currently on 70% battery remaining after 1 day and 1 hour on battery. Mobile standby has taken 60% of that battery, with the screen taking another 27%.
Actual phone idle/OS battery usage is 11% (or 3% per day!!) - which is what I expect I'll get when I do a full battery cycle (I have only recently switched my phone into flight mode).
For my intended purpose (GPS logging), this phone should give me tremendous battery life. Turns out that the Atom processor is a little trooper after all :)

https://k6nacg.bn1.livefilestore.com/y2pUNJd0OPmwFwTShUoZLayK_Pbk0jHP7GamkWEqWNpjgvMPdcMKOjpxQbz35xnK8IJWEPq7fBeMtKdHDfrMLTUEi4B9oZOeW0t10r0pBf1vhQ/Screenshot_2013-11-12-17-08-09.png?psid=1

Glad to hear it :).

You might just beat my razr i stats as i got 5 days out of it with minimum useage. Going entirely off memory now but it was roughly at 70% when i put it down on Wednesday last week to play with the maxx hd. I didnt pick the razr i up again until Monday when it started beeping to warn me of low battery. Its pretty impressive for such a tiny battery and you can get some serious screen time with it too - i had 3 hours on this particularly cycle but i've had 6 hours previously!

Also if you install battery doctor you can extend that battery some more and disable your wifi if you dont need it as that will eat through your battery in no time. Installing a pure black theme or wallpaper can also extend battery as we're dealing with an AMOLED screen where black uses almost no battery or so i've read.

I'm betting when we start seeing more custom roms the razr i will turn into a right trooper especially if it gets android kitkat.

n.b. If anyone gets a maxx hd like me do not install the updates that pop up. I made the biggest mistake ever yesterday by updating and as a result i can no longer unlock the bootloader which means i can say goodbye to custom roms and kitkat.
drkdeath5000
zerospin

With regard to my Blade, I have no idea how it has such a set of legs on it! I did install a custom rom on it...then left it in a drawer for a couple of years. Greenify, battery doctor, wakelock detector & NoFrills CPU have just given it the most ridiculously long standby time. All from a 1250mah battery!
So yes, I don't think CPU has anything to do with battery life. It is all about the kernel/rom. & unfortunately, Android 4+ seems to be a battery hog.
For my purposes, I may well go back to using the ZTE Blade...(though I have v.unusual needs - extended music playback and GPS logging are the absolute priorities...a couple of other Android apps are also helpful to me for meeting people in new countries).
So yes - for me, the Lumia 625 from O2 for £149.99 would be my top choice in this price range. Lumia 520 for an absolute steal of a phone at around £70-£90....and then the Razr i - with Samsung my least preferred option.

Well my motorola razr maxx hd finally arrived late last week from the usa. Its very similar to the razr i only with better specs and slightly bigger in size. The main feature i was interested in was the huge 3300mah battery and its certainly lived up to my expectations and beyond. I can get 3 days out of it easily with normal useage, possibly 4 or 5 days if i quit using wifi and 3g. But what really impressed me was the standby time, in battery booster its rated it 400 hours which is roughly 16 days. Real time figures may differ to this but after leaving it in standby overnight the percentage didnt even drop 1%. Now i know you were not keen on the size of the maxx hd but honestly you dont notice it, its half an inch bigger than the razr i but still very pocket friendly. Compared to my dell streak 5 i dont even know its there and it fits perfectly in my side jeans pocket. Ultimately for me the size and the battery life makes this my perfect phone and i'm well and truly happy with it. It comes highly recommended from me but then after importing it you're looking at quite a big price tag. I ended up paying £250 after customs tax charges.

Cheers for the information about the Maxx HD.
I have actually found that my Razr i's battery has improved markedly. I had been using it without a sim card (my Lumia 920 is my main phone). I noticed that more than 80% of the battery power was being used by 'mobile standby'. I guess it constantly hunts for any signal in order to make emergency calls...but this was nailing the battery life.
Anyhow, with all of my battery saver tricks, I am currently on 70% battery remaining after 1 day and 1 hour on battery. Mobile standby has taken 60% of that battery, with the screen taking another 27%.
Actual phone idle/OS battery usage is 11% (or 3% per day!!) - which is what I expect I'll get when I do a full battery cycle (I have only recently switched my phone into flight mode).
For my intended purpose (GPS logging), this phone should give me tremendous battery life. Turns out that the Atom processor is a little trooper after all :)

https://k6nacg.bn1.livefilestore.com/y2pUNJd0OPmwFwTShUoZLayK_Pbk0jHP7GamkWEqWNpjgvMPdcMKOjpxQbz35xnK8IJWEPq7fBeMtKdHDfrMLTUEi4B9oZOeW0t10r0pBf1vhQ/Screenshot_2013-11-12-17-08-09.png?psid=1

Edited By: zerospin on Nov 12, 2013 17:29
zerospin

With regard to my Blade, I have no idea how it has such a set of legs on it! I did install a custom rom on it...then left it in a drawer for a couple of years. Greenify, battery doctor, wakelock detector & NoFrills CPU have just given it the most ridiculously long standby time. All from a 1250mah battery!
So yes, I don't think CPU has anything to do with battery life. It is all about the kernel/rom. & unfortunately, Android 4+ seems to be a battery hog.
For my purposes, I may well go back to using the ZTE Blade...(though I have v.unusual needs - extended music playback and GPS logging are the absolute priorities...a couple of other Android apps are also helpful to me for meeting people in new countries).
So yes - for me, the Lumia 625 from O2 for £149.99 would be my top choice in this price range. Lumia 520 for an absolute steal of a phone at around £70-£90....and then the Razr i - with Samsung my least preferred option.

Well my motorola razr maxx hd finally arrived late last week from the usa. Its very similar to the razr i only with better specs and slightly bigger in size. The main feature i was interested in was the huge 3300mah battery and its certainly lived up to my expectations and beyond. I can get 3 days out of it easily with normal useage, possibly 4 or 5 days if i quit using wifi and 3g. But what really impressed me was the standby time, in battery booster its rated it 400 hours which is roughly 16 days. Real time figures may differ to this but after leaving it in standby overnight the percentage didnt even drop 1%. Now i know you were not keen on the size of the maxx hd but honestly you dont notice it, its half an inch bigger than the razr i but still very pocket friendly. Compared to my dell streak 5 i dont even know its there and it fits perfectly in my side jeans pocket. Ultimately for me the size and the battery life makes this my perfect phone and i'm well and truly happy with it. It comes highly recommended from me but then after importing it you're looking at quite a big price tag. I ended up paying £250 after customs tax charges.
drkdeath5000
I honestly dont think you'll find anything as nice as the razr i for the price range. Its a mid range phone with very good battery life, decent cpu specs and overall premium feel. Although i'm also dissapointed in it for battery life as i thought it would do a lot more the way it was advertised but it is the best at what it does if you exclude zerospin's ZTE Blade. The s3 mini is also nice but after handling one it didnt feel anything like the razr i in terms of quality. Wait and see what you think of the razr instore tomorrow but personally i would go for the razr again over the s3 mini if i had the choice.

With regard to my Blade, I have no idea how it has such a set of legs on it! I did install a custom rom on it...then left it in a drawer for a couple of years. Greenify, battery doctor, wakelock detector & NoFrills CPU have just given it the most ridiculously long standby time. All from a 1250mah battery!
So yes, I don't think CPU has anything to do with battery life. It is all about the kernel/rom. & unfortunately, Android 4+ seems to be a battery hog.
For my purposes, I may well go back to using the ZTE Blade...(though I have v.unusual needs - extended music playback and GPS logging are the absolute priorities...a couple of other Android apps are also helpful to me for meeting people in new countries).
So yes - for me, the Lumia 625 from O2 for £149.99 would be my top choice in this price range. Lumia 520 for an absolute steal of a phone at around £70-£90....and then the Razr i - with Samsung my least preferred option.
I honestly dont think you'll find anything as nice as the razr i for the price range. Its a mid range phone with very good battery life, decent cpu specs and overall premium feel. Although i'm also dissapointed in it for battery life as i thought it would do a lot more the way it was advertised but it is the best at what it does if you exclude zerospin's ZTE Blade. The s3 mini is also nice but after handling one it didnt feel anything like the razr i in terms of quality. Wait and see what you think of the razr instore tomorrow but personally i would go for the razr again over the s3 mini if i had the choice.
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