Many people are excited about the HTC EVO 4G LTE, but there is just one problem everyone is thinking of: battery life. While 4G LTE phones are among the fastest on the market, they also tend to have the least battery life. While the HTC EVO 4G LTE battery life isn’t the best on the market, it is far from the worst. Most people can get a whole workday out of this phone under normal conditions, but power users may have some problems with the EVO.
The HTC EVO comes with a massive 2,000mAh Li-ion battery that is bigger than most of the other smartphone batteries available. However, bigger doesn’t necessarily mean better. What matters is how much power the EVO needs, and apparently it requires a lot of juice to keep on moving. Even though most other smartphones are around the 1,750mAh to 1,800mAh size, the EVO has only slightly better-than-average battery life.
This is for normal users that don’t constantly have apps and movies on. To get this type of battery life, the phone should be at 50 percent brightness and volume, the WiFi should not be connected to a hotspot and there is the occasional use of apps and movie watching. At this amount of usage, you can expect the EVO to last close to nine hours. This is actually pretty good, and it should be enough for most users.