Almost everyone owns a cell phone these days. Whether they use a popular contract-based service or well-known prepaid service, people use their cell phones for talking, text messaging, email, file sharing, IM, video capture, games, picture taking, watching TV and video, listening to music, and updating their social networking statuses. One of the biggest complaints from cell phone customers is battery life. People want a cell phone with a long battery life so they can communicate, play, get entertainment, or do business without the worry of constantly charging the battery.
Today, the newest phones have a battery life of over 5 hours on average. That may sound good to you, but there are phones out there that can give you seven to nearly 13 hours. Here are the top five cell phones with the longest batteries.
The HTC Legend is an Andriod phone with a touchscreen and Android 2.1 technology. It features a 5 megapixel camera, 512 MB of RAM, and supports microSD memory cards. This amazing little device offers 12.75 or more hours of battery life.
Motorola Droid X
The Motorola Droid X, by Verizon Wireless, boasts over 7 hours of battery life. Favorite features on this Smartphone include the digital camera, MP3 player, messaging services, and the face detection software.
The LG Fathom is also a Verizon Wireless device that offers 7 hours of usage before it needs charging. Its best features are its keyboard, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi capabilities, and Windows Mobile OS.
Again, the LG Ally is a Verizon device that provides just a tad over 7 hours of battery life for its users. Its claim to fame is its affordable price in the Android 2.1 market.
The Samsung Acclaim has a nice-sized 3.2 inch touchscreen display and Android 2.1 technology. It falls in just under the LG Ally with a little over 7 hours of battery life.
If battery life is an issue with your cell phone to the point that it affects how you communicate in personal or business affairs, you might want to consider an upgrade to a phone with more than 3-5 hours of battery life.
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