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That looks about right :)
Fail to see the humorous part.
Oh, it’s funny cause it’s true? ;)
But wait…they forgot the extra hour the battery kindly donates as it dies… :p
You really need another scale. You show Actual Time whereas Advertised Time will be 0-32 hrs (full).
Sadly, this is EXTREMELY accurate. But one thing: it always goes up really high again if you lock it then unlock again. The longer it is locked, the more it gains back. If only it was actually recharging itself for REAL.
Wow that pictured nailed how my Android phone’s battery meter used to behave.
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