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Is 3000Mah Battery good enough?

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Hi guys,

That number has stayed for most phones in 2016+ and as Long as we make Better cpu's for Power management and Faster Charging I'm All down for that. Now there is a Talk about *You shouldn't charge to 100% but more like 80-95% cause it'll kill the battery faster? Just I have a App. that tells me so AccuBattery
 
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Quit watching LTT videos, and if it lasts long enough for you then its fine.
 
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