YotaPhone 2 Review
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YotaPhone 2 Review

There’s a micro USB slot which is for data transfer and charging the phone while a headphone jack on the top of the phone.

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Both Buttons and Sim Slot
Battery:

The battery stands at 2500 mAh which for a smartphone of its capability and range should suffice enough but considering the fact it has 4G LTE maybe some of you might think that it could have been bumped up a bit more.

Charging Rate: When first put into charge the one very handy feature that is present which most people want in their phones is the amount of time in Hours and Minutes it will take to attain 100% full charge. It took two hours for the charge from 0% to the full 100%. This is quite standard for most smartphones.

Battery Life: For battery life, I checked its life with WIFI, Bluetooth on and screen brightness will be set to full. The total time it lasted was 4 hours 36 minutes in which I browsed the Internet, Facebooked with friends and watched a few videos of TV shows.

Which technically means that for a very simple user it will end up lasting longer and for someone who will use 4G and all will experience a lower battery life. I did not test out their claim of the rear screen reading battery life of 100h but I can assume it will be somewhere close to that figure in reality.

Camera and Sound:

There are two speakers at the bottom of the screen but on either side of the micro usb port. The sound is not too bad. The output is quite loud and clear when at 100% volume.