Unless you have the Droid RAZR MAXX that boasts a whopping 3,300mAh battery, majority of the other smartphones in the market out there do not break past the 2,000mAh battery, and that means a limited number of hours of performance on-the-go. This is the bane of modern smartphones, where the battery life takes a toll with all the functions that run in the background or are accessed. Having longer battery life is always more than welcome, and for those who own a rooted (meaning you can now access the system files that were previously restricted by the operating system, although the process can be rather tricky for newbies) Galaxy Nexus, you can have a better battery life without having to change your hardware – all thanks to the custom Trinity kernel by Morfic.
Trinity kernels are famous for kicking up the performance level by a notch, but this time around, an improved battery life is also in the works. The whole idea of this custom kernel is to overclock the CPU while going through the undervolting process simultaneously, in addition to underclocking the CPU whenever the phone is in sleep mode so that battery life is prolonged. Never mind if you own the CDMA or GSM variants of the Galaxy Nexus, the Trinity kernel works just fine on either.
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