Battery life with WiFi and data off
I've just bought an HTC One on ebay, and while it's in lovely condition I'm a bit surprised by the battery life and I wonder if it was on ebay because it had a duff battery.
If I turn off wireless, data, location and NFC - so pretty much everything - and leave it unused on my desk it gets through 12-14% of the battery per day. OK, this isn't much, but my Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 use somewhere between 5% and 10% battery per day under the same circumstances so their batteries would last twice as long as the one in the HTC One.
I know this isn't a terribly representative test of the battery, but I thought it would eliminate as many variables as possible. If anyone else has done similar tests of the battery life I'd be very interested to hear how your battery compares to mine. Alternatively is there a different test (looping videos?) that would be a good test of the battery condition?
Boring details: it's an EE branded model running Android 4.3 as provided in an OTA update by EE. It's completely stock: when I got it I factory reset it and haven't installed anything except a few basic apps like ES File Explorer.