For how long will Pure be able to hold charge on average?
Thanks for your question @alexlya.
According to our engineering team, it should last about two weeks.
This sounds great!
Have these estimates been verified in real life with some production-near devices?
I’m asking, because most times reality differs from the engineering calculations as soon as you leave the testing lab and run the final software on the final hardware…
Yes, as far as I know the battery life was tested using the prototypes, in real life.
Two weeks? Yay! More freedom!
If true, that’s about 24 times a year. Sounds like a miracle.
Here’s some more info about the battery: We performed battery capacity degradation tests, and based on the results it is estimated that ONLY 10% of battery capacity will be lost after 5 years of usage (assuming 1 full charge-discharge cycle per week).
Sounds great from my perspective. Thank you very much for more info! It would be nice to be able to purchase official batteries from you guys after 5-10 years, to keep things sustainable. Not sure how realistic that wish is.
@alexlya It’s VERY realistic. We plan on having spare batteries available for sale on our website soon. Probably right when Pure launches, next month.
Given that that article is now more than 4.5 years old, I wonder whether the man still uses that 3310. The fact that he never replaced the battery in 17 years was my favorite part of the story!
@jameshjacksonjr I love this story. This is my hope for Mudita Pure & its battery!
i wonder if he still uses it too but 17 years is good seeing how 2g is going away in many places maybe he will just update to a 4G phone wish there was a way to contact him as the pure could be his next 17 year phone
same im planning to use my pure until we are forced off 4G someday then ill buy a 5G pure or what ever pure model comes out at that time