Oppo R7s battery life

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The Oppo R7s was at the office for a while, and in case you missed it on the homepage, make sure you read the review - it's a very attractive midranger. In this piece, however, we'll focus on its battery life and not looks and other merits. The smartphone comes with a 3,070mAh battery inside a body merely 7mm thick. We appreciate that the push for a sleek body hasn't meant a sacrifice in capacity, and the powerpack is quite generous for a 5.5-inch device. It's non removable, though. The R7s sits right in the middle of the R7 lineup in terms of display diagonal, and its battery capacity reflects that. We won't bore you with the numbers (which you can easily calculate for yourselves, if you're into that), but the R7s actually has more mAh per square millimeter than the R7, though not as much as the R7 Plus. Competing smartphones typically come with less juice. The Samsung Galaxy A7 packs a 2,600mAh cell, as does the Xperia C4. There are exceptions like the Motorola Moto X Play, which has an ample 3,630mAh battery, and next year's Galaxy A7 (2016) will see an increase in capacity to 3,300. Meanwhile the LG G3 packs a 3,000mAh battery, removable too. In the case of the Oppo R7s it's also worth mentioning that it supports the company's proprietary VOOC fast charging tech. Part of the retail package, the fast charger and special USB cable work together to deliver up to 4A of current at 5V to the smartphone. VOOC charger and cable in the retail box The battery inside is actually comprised of two separate cells, which can be charged simultaneously, thus reducing the current to each cell and keeping temperature in check. It also means that to make use of the VOOC fast charging you need both the charger and the cable to be compatible, because they have additional pins, missing in your garden variety pieces. You can certainly use standard chargers and cables as well, but at the expense of speed. The actual battery life of the Oppo R7s ranges from great to average, depending on what you'd be using it for. Voice call endurance is among the excellent bits. With just over 24 hours on a 3G call, the R7s can literally last you a whole day of constant talking (though please don't test it). Come to think of it, the Galaxy A7 tops it by an hour, the LG G3 by an hour and a half, and the Moto X is good for 26 and a half hours, while a OnePlus 2 can even crosses the 30-hour mark. That said, those are all excellent results, and the R7s' is one too. The Xperia C4 calls it quits in 13 hours, for an example. JRGRAPH_EXPANDABLE_VERSION = true;.jrGraphContainer { background: none !important; border-bottom: 1px solid #eee !important;}.jrGraph { padding-left: 0 !important; left: 96px !important;} Talk time Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE 46:44h Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro 33:20h Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G 33:19h Oppo R7 Plus 30:46h Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ 30:29h OnePlus 2 30:29h Motorola DROID Turbo 30:09h Microsoft Lumia 640 XL LTE 29:46h Microsoft Lumia 640 XL LTE Dual SIM 29:46h Microsoft Lumia 640 XL Dual SIM 29:46h Microsoft Lumia 640 XL 29:46h Nokia Lumia 1520 28:34h Samsung Galaxy Note5 28:34h HTC One (M8) for Windows 28:34h Samsung Galaxy Note 4 28:31h Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet LTE 28:25h Sony Xperia Z5 Compact 28:23h Samsung Galaxy S5 27:37h Sony Xperia Z1 26:53h Samsung Galaxy S6 active 26:29h Motorola Moto X Play 26:28h Samsung P6800 Galaxy Tab 7.7 25:45h LG G3 25:38h LG G Pro 2 25:37h LG G Flex 25:19h Sony Xperia T2 Ultra 25:16h LG G2 25:15h Samsung Galaxy A7 25:12h Samsung Galaxy A7 Duos 25:12h Huawei Ascend Mate 25:12h BlackBerry Passport 25:12h Motorola Nexus 6 25:03h Alcatel Hero 25:02h Samsung Galaxy A8 25:02h Samsung Galaxy A8 Duos 25:02h Oppo N1 25:01h Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo 24:52h Sony Xperia Z Ultra 24:23h Oppo R7s 24:03h LG AKA 23:20h Meizu PRO 5 23:10h Microsoft Lumia 640 LTE Dual SIM 23:09h Microsoft Lumia 640 Dual SIM 23:09h Microsoft Lumia 640 LTE 23:09h Oppo...



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