A lot of attention has been headed the HTC Thunderbolt’s way as of late, with its long awaited release finally here. We have some interesting news for those of you wanting to get your hands on one about the battery life of the device.
In an article by Chris Burns at AndroidCommunity, it was revealed that the life of the battery is not as long as they hoped it would be. They report news of a review that was carried out on a day’s use of the Thunderbolt.
It actually turned out to be less than a day with the battery life down to 8% from full charge after just 3 hours and 34 minutes. In that time the device was used for a bit of Facebook, Twitter, internet browsing and sending email.
Phone calls were not even made and no type of streaming or video playback and camera usage was performed. In the amount of time it took for the device to get down to 8% it was only actually used for 2 hours and 15 minutes.
You can check out what else they found about the battery and what other tests they will be performing on the device you can read the full article by clicking the link above. Do you think the battery life is disappointing? How long would you expect to get out of a new mobile? Let us know in the comments below.
Also See: Expected HTC T1H and Nexus 9 differences