Some folks who have performed a software update on the international version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 claimed to have experienced a decrease in battery performance. In fact, going through the comments on some pages that talked about this issue saw that there was one Galaxy Note 2 owner who claimed that just after 12 hours of use, the battery life had dropped to a mere 10%, which is definitely abnormal behavior by all accounts.
Apparently, this issue does not affect everyone who has applied the update, but rather, just a handful of people, so pinpointing the reason behind this is even harder than expected. The software update installed was originally meant to do away with the Exynos memory bug while introducing its fair share of other changes as well, but a select group of users claim that they get up to an hour of less active use compared to before the update was applied. Are you one of those who have been affected by the software update?
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