OS Android L Capable Increase Battery Life on LG Nexus 5 to 35 Percent

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At the time of the official announcement in the event Google I / O, OS Android L claimed to improve smartphone battery life. And now, Ars Technica tried to prove this claim and try it on the Google Android smartphone LG Nexus 5.

In these tests, they compared the two smartphones LG Nexus 5 is using Android OS 4.4.4 with LG Nexus 5 KitKat which runs with OS Android L Developer Preview. In this test, the Nexus 5 smartphone with Android L can last up to two hours longer than the LG Nexus 5 is using Android OS 4.4.4 KitKat.

LG Nexus 5 Smartphone with Android OS L can last up to 471 minutes. While the LG Nexus 5 Android KitKat only lasts for 345 minutes. From here there is an increase in battery life by 36 percent. In this test, both intentionally phone set to automatically reload a web page every 15 seconds using a WiFi network. In this test, Ars Technica also turn off batery saver feature that normally would degrade the performance of the mobile phone automatically when the battery is below 15 percent.

For the record, the OS Android L used in this test is a developer version. This means that Google will continue to develop on this new software. So, by the time they have formally launched the final version, it's likely there will be an increase in battery life is higher.

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