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Blackberry DIM 7250 Battery

Some years ago, I got a Blackberry DIM 7250, & recently brought it out of limbo.

I've been searching onlline for the answer to the question I aboout it, but found nothing with such an answer.

So, here, I hope to find it, from someone else.

 

The Question: In plently of electronic devices, There is some kind of indication on how long the charge lasts in the rechargable battery.

How long does the charge last in the aforementioned device. Or, for how longcan the battery of this phone version last, before it needs to be charged again?

 

Thanks

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Re: Blackberry DIM 7250 Battery

Talk time 3.0 horus

Standby time 192 hours

 

http://www.phonearena.com/phones/BlackBerry-7250_id1040

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Re: Blackberry DIM 7250 Battery

Ah-ha.  That answers it quite nicely.  Thanks

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Re: Blackberry DIM 7250 Battery

I know this thread is more than a month old and perhaps the OP will not return but for others, a bit of information.

 

When an electronics company publishes data relating to battery performance, that performance is achieved under ideal conditions. There are no other apps installed, the test centre would typically be located very near a cell tower, the battery would be kept at room temperature at all times, etc.

Even when your phone is brand new, you won't see the talk and standby times published. These should be used as a comparison against other phones but should not be expected by you on yours.

 

 

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