15-05-2023 02:12 PM in
I got the S23+ and it does vary, but this sounds normal. If you really need the 100%, I'd suggest either turning it off or putting it into flight mode/battery saver mode.
The phone typically will be syncing data, updating, backing up data/photos, receiving notifications and updating location in the background. On top of this, if you have bluetooth on or any devices connected to it, it'll all affect the battery life.
If you're just concerned that it goes down while you're not using it, there's no need. Your phone is using power, even if you're not actively using it.
This post may be worth you having a glance over too: Care and Maintenance | Galaxy Battery | Samsung United Kingdom
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16-05-2023 05:31 AM in
As the others have said @sarasphotobox this is normal due to processess working in the background.
Personally I turn off Always On Display AOD as it's a feature I don't need.
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