Battery life is a non-issue
The vast majority of smartphones (other than RIM) last only a day with normal use, yet manufacturers keep making phones that way without addressing the 'issue'. Why? Because people don't mind charging their phones every night. We'd rather have superior functionality and features than superior battery life. For me, it's as simple as dropping my Android in it's dock on my nightstand when I go to bed and it's ready to go in the morning (while also acting as my alarm clock). I don't know about you, but I can't use my phone while I'm sleeping, and I sleep at least a few hours every night...battery life is a non-issue. If you can't remember to throw your travel charger in your bag when you go away for the weekend, that's your problem--not the phone's.
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