With those stats, one hour would equate to roughly 13% battery, rounded up. You lost an extra 7%. There are other variables, such as cellular signal strength, whether you were receiving notifications in the background, etc.Talk time: Up to 8 hours on 3G
Edge is a GSM technology.Sprint doesn't have edge ?
I know from being on here apple stats are wrong just wanted to see how other peoples phone were.
Even a comparison to others isn't going to be a good one as you didn't really say anything about what you reception was like and what else your phone was doing in the background. In short, if your reception is poor and/or you were getting pushed emails and other notifications I would say your battery life is fine.By wrong I mean they are only done in ideal locations.
Why? What do you want to hear?Anymore experiences.
Not necessarily. In an area where there is 5 bars of 3G would probably save more battery than the same area with only 1-2 bars of EDGE. Especially if you're moving around.That's why if I am going to be on the phone for a while I will switch to EDGE, much easier on the battery.
I almost always have 5 bars on EDGE at my home, 3G inside my house is hit or miss usually at 1-2 bars if that so I typically get much better talk time and reliability on EDGE. Granted cellphone service in my home is terrible on either AT&T and Verizon, it's a huge deadzone however if I go outside of my house I get 5 bars on 3G so not much I can do.Not necessarily. In an area where there is 5 bars of 3G would probably save more battery than the same area with only 1-2 bars of EDGE. Especially if you're moving around.