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The Cubot Note S battery is definitely the highlighted feature of the smartphone. You get a massive Li-ion 4150 mAh battery which is almost identical to the battery found on the Infinix Note 2.
The battery performance of the Cubot Note S is super-impressive and you should definitely consider purchasing the smartphone if battery performance ranks high on your priority list.
I was able to achieve at minimum a day and a half while on moderate usage. The smartphone can guarantee you a standby time of about three days, something that I really liked.
The Cubot Note S battery is able to give you almost a full day of extreme usage, but you will most likely end your day with a less than a 10% battery level.
It is, however, quite disappointing that the smartphone comes with just the default Android 5.0 battery saving features. It would have been awesome if the Cubot Note S came with a dedicated Ultra-Power saving mode.
The downside to having the massive battery capacity is that the Cubot Note S is painfully slow to recharge. The smartphone lacks a quick charging feature and thus you can reckon how long it will take to recharge 4150 mAh from 0% to 100% using the 1.0A stock AC charger.
All in all, the impressive battery performance of the Cubot Note S and to some extent is worth the extended charging time.