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Vivo V1 Max Battery

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Tells you whether you can remove the Vivo V1 Max battery or not. Useful for power users or road warriors who require to constantly swap batteries. Removable
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Capacity is the size of the Smartphones battery to hold a charge, usually expressed in terms of mAh. Larger capacity batteries are true endurance champions! Capacity
2720 mAh
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71
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The two main battery technologies are Li-Ion and Li-Polymer and the Vivo V1 Max will be either of them. Type
Li-Po
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Stands for Specific Absorption rate. It refers to the amount of radiation emitted by an electronic device while using it. SAR Value
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Refers to the EU radiation absorption of the human head for Vivo V1 Max. SAR EU - Head
0.34 W/kg
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20
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Refers to the EU radiation absorption of the human body for Vivo V1 Max. SAR EU - Body
0.97 W/kg
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Tells you about the talk time of Smartphones while using 3G. Talk time - 3G
12.00 hours
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50
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Video playback time will usually be less than that of only music since you are using the both the audio and video capabilities of the Smartphones. Video Playback
Not Available
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Informs you about the battery backup of Smartphones while listening to music. Music Playback
50.00 hours
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Would you like to know if the Vivo V1 Max battery is user replaceable or not? Not User Replaceable
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Vivo V1 Max SAR

With the ubiquity of mobile phones, we fail to realize that there are some disadvantages to them as well. One of the biggest concerns for health conscious buyers is the Vivo V1 Max SAR. SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate. It is the amount of radiation that an exposed part of the body absorbs while using an electronic device like a mobile phone. It is emitted by the Vivo V1 Max battery. The two main regulatory authorities are the FCC of the USA and the Council of the EU. The SAR EU – Head of Vivo V1 Max is 0.34 W/kg while that of the US –head is Not Available. This refers to the radiation absorbed by the head when using the phone during a call. While this cannot be avoided entirely, you can certainly reduce your exposure to harmful radiation by actively seeking out a phone with a lower SAR value. This will definitely help you in the long run!

Vivo V1 Max Battery Features

A smartphone with all the latest features, most powerful processor, most ram but a poor battery is hardly capable of being called ‘smart’ isn’t it? The Vivo V1 Max battery features are an absolutely crucial consideration for most would be consumers. The Vivo V1 Max battery type is Li-Po. The battery capacity is also given in terms of how much talk time it provides. The 3G talk time of Vivo V1 Max is 12.00 hours while the video playback is Not Available. You get a battery life of 50.00 hours while only listening to music. Wouldn’t you also like to know if the Vivo V1 Max battery is user replaceable? Unfortunately, the battery is not replaceable.

Vivo V1 Max Battery Capacity

There are several factors which affect the battery life including the processor, screen brightness, display, battery age etc. But none is more important than the Vivo V1 Max battery capacity! It is usually measured in milliampere-hour (mAh), and is 2720 mAh for the Vivo V1 Max. Why not check out the as well? You can confirm if the Vivo V1 Max is in this exceptionally important category or not! A larger mAh count usually corresponds to a longer battery life, but this is not always the case. Sometimes, software optimization or prudent use can go a long way in increasing the battery life.