Following the successful flagship models of Z and Z Pro, UMIDIGI continues to release the Z’s sibling model, UMIDIGI C Note. C Note shares the same premium design work of the flagship UMi Z/Z Pro, but with only half the price!
A bigger battery is hardly the sole reason that gives UMIDIGI C Note a longer battery life, but also the optimization of other aspects.
The MTK Quad-core processor on C Note surely consumes less battery power than the MTK Deca-core flagship processor. Quad-core is a chip with four cores that can read data and execute tasks independently. Each core will operate in conjunction with the other circuits including memory management, cache, and I/O ports. In a sense, it guarantees the smooth run of a phone.
Another key factor that helps UMIDIGI C Note to enjoy a longer battery life is – something a lot of you is waiting for – the latest Android 7.0 Nougat, coming out of box on UMIDIGI C Note. Google added a lighter version of Doze In Android Nougat, that will be activated if your phone screen is off and not connecting to a charger. In this mode, Wakelocks are still allowed, and the phone will still search for GPS or Wi-Fi signals, but cell network access will be disabled outside of the maintenance windows. This will still let things like your fitness tracker or GPS continue watching your activity, while keeping other Apps from ripping your battery.
Here UMIDIGI presents a comparison between UMIDIGI C Note and Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 on battery life of movie replay in video.