I have the extended battery, and that seems to last for more than 12 hours. I usually put it one the charger when going to bed and take it off when I get up (about a 7 hour charge). So, from around 5:30 am to around 9:00 pm it's good. It usually is at 40% when I put it on the charger. You might want to charge it up, so it's at 100% when you get up. Unless, of course, as demmo86rt said, an apps is eating up your battery.
i have the spectrum and i csn honestly say i haven't had any problems with the device not even battery.i think the minor problems i have is not really knowing how most of the features work ,but i play around with it and usually i can resolve it.i was unable to receive text messages after four days of having my phone ,and that was because my port over wasn't done correctly.i have one song i can't seem to get all it tells me is down loaded on sd card i don't know how to retreive the song.other than that i think this isa fantastic phone.i wanted the droid bionic ,but they were out.
The LG Spectrum is a wonderful new 4G device with a large 4.5 inch screen and HD apps like Netflix HD. This device is one of the top contenders in the smartphone market! I see that the community members have provided some excellent advice on how to resolve the battery issue that you are having. Below, I have also provided some steps on how to get the most out of your battery.
Once you have tried the steps above, let me know if the battery's performance has changed. If you are still experiencing this issue then we can look into the 14-day echange policy or warranty replacement options, whichever is applicable.
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Hello. My name is Tyler. I am currently with my own Verizon plan and have the LG Spectrum. I have noticed a lot of interesting things in regards to the battery. For example, I had to charge it 3x a day. I just recently downloaded an application called "Juice Defender". It is a free of charge application that allows me to only charge 1x a day. Sometimes the extended battery can allow the device to be pretty bulky, and I believe at one point in time Verizon was sold out of them. I definitely recommend this application. If anyone has any further questions, feel free to email me at <personal information deleted per the Verizon Wireless Community Terms of Service>
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I recently replaced my Droid with an LG spectrum. I am in the habit of connecting my phone to the charger when one is available. However, recently I find that the charger appears to "drain" my battery -- I can plug in phone with my battery charged at 90% and come back and find the battery charge is only 30%. Why does this happen? Seems like my charger is working in reverse.