Originally Posted by Sandroidfan
I'm hearing that S-LCD3 is more power efficient than its predecessors, but at least part of that gain will be offset by 1080p screen. It's 125% more pixels to move than 720p screen.
So all in all I think DNA battery life will be similar to GS3. That's not bad at all but it's not in the same class as Note 2 with 3100mAh removable battery, let alone Maxx HD with 3300mAh.
Maybe not in the same class as those devices battery-wise, but it outclasses the Maxx in every other way possible. And it goes toe to toe with the Note 2 in every area but battery, and bests its screen in the process.
I will say though, comparing the Note 2 to the DNA, the DNA doesn't feel a lot bigger than my Galaxy S3, while the Note 2 feels huge. It's still a sweet device, but it just feels gigantic.