I just bought the PN-820 yesterday after having the Q for 3 weeks. I didn't like the feel of the Q as much as I liked, but the main reason was the horrendous battery life I had on the Q. I couldn't make it through an entire day without having to recharge.
I was assured when I bought the PN-820 that the battery life was better than the Q. I might go on the internet 2-3 times daily. How much does it drain on the battery and will I have to recharge throughout the day? I've purposely have not used the internet much since buying the phone.
Also, the charger is a bit of a throw-back. I'm used to the adapter plugging into a small round hole. It's been a few cell phones since I've had one like this. Anyone ever have any problems with t... (continues)
I've had the phone from day one and have always had a problem with the battery life. I've had 3 extended batteries and the most I've ever gotten was a full day of use (including approximately 1-2 hours of internet use). I just carry an extra battery with me and recharge every night. Other than the battery life, the phone itself is great!
Thanks for the info. After a few days I've noticed the battery life is much better than the Q. I don't use the internet as much as you, but use it for a quick check of stocks and sports scores a couple of times a day.
I've made it through the day with still some battery life, and that's without the extended battery.
I didn't see the extended battery; does it make the phone significantly larger?
No it doesn't. In fact, I highly recommend getting one because as you learn more about the phone and its features, you'll need one. You can pick one up at a verizon store or have them order you one. I think there's only a $10-$15 difference between the standars and the extended