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Feeling fooled with the S24 Exynos

(Topic created on: 02-05-2024 06:57 PM)
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Members_Tv0N4z6
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The phone battery only does well on WiFi and low brightness, that is, indoors. We have chargers indoors.

Outside (ie. on 4G or 5G) the battery drains like every other Exynos in the past and won't get me through the day even if the only apps I use are Maps, Camera and occasionally Instagram. We were told it would be different this time, so many of us decided to upgrade.. for this.

Disappointing, Samsung. That's not the way to treat your customers. Either offer Exynos models at a lower price to reflect the difference, or treat all equally and use one chipset across the board.

#GalaxyS24 #Exynos #battery 

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exp1orer
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Exynos 2400 of S24 is indeed inferior to even SD8G2 of S23 in terms battery life... don't watch the comparisons in YouTube... you will just get upset 😎
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BandOfBrothers
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I'm sorry to hear your disappointed with your Samsung Galaxy s²⁴ phone @Members_Tv0N4z6 


Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²⁴ Ultra 512Gb ~ Titanium Black.

The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "

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GoanGeek
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Never had issues with my exynos S21 ultra so I don't buy this exynos vs snapdragon nonsense.

Sketchy mobile signals will drain battery and so will location intensive apps like Google maps etc.

Although I am surprised as it seems less draining now.

The only issue I had on the s21 ultra Wass Google services eating my battery.
Tourbillon De La Vie
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Using maps and camera will not last you a day on snapdragon either. But, i get your point 

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Reylob
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Hi @Members_Tv0N4z6 

The SD has been known to be a bit more efficient than Exynos. However, once the phone is over the first few weeks, it tends to have a good battery performance.

How long have you had the phone for?

I have the S24 Ultra and at the beginning the battery performance was "awful". I was struggling to get a full day with barely any use, but after the learning process, it started to improve. However, it was not after 6 weeks that I really got excellent battery performance. The phone reports that a single charge will last over 4 days, but I charge it every 3 days more or less. Of course, it depends on use. Gaming, or any activity using the screen constantly will not render that battery performance.

I know the S24 Ultra uses the SD chipset, but I also have the S22 Ultra which uses the Exynos 2200 and the battery performance is not as good as the S24 Ultra but it can go for 3 days. The Exynos 2400 has shown improvements over the Exynos 2200 used on the S22 series, even on the one used on the S22 FE.

I agree with you on using the same chipset across the board. I would prefer it.

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