5 hours of standby = STP SHIP levl problem

Ron K. Jeffries rjeffries at gmail.com
Fri Apr 18 07:59:48 CEST 2008

Someone has reported measured standby of only 5 hours,
with zero alert that battery is getting low.

Is the product considered commercially ready to sell
(accept revenue) with such a serious issue?

You don't know you have the hardware right until the software/firmware team
gets this number into an acceptable zone. If this puppy can't run for
w4 hours while on standby, it is  a fascinating experimental phone+computer.

24 hours is not a competitive standby time. but it's long enough that people
buy some Freerunners.

My UNSOLICITED advice: treat this crappy standby time as a STOP SHIP
level problem and get the engineering team to bear down and fix it.

Ron K. Jeffries
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