Often finding information about Smartphones is difficult. ViserMark decided that we could provide even more relevant and useful information. Here's an overview of our new Visermarks Labels designed to help you even more:
NEW - Competition Winner!
We are finally in a position to announce our winner of the latest Smartphone Giveaway Prize.
We had a huge response in entries through our social media.
Congratulations to our winner - Shahzad from the UK.
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Same Smartphone Testing Protocol - More ViserMark Labels!
Our range of ViserMark Labels are on our Smartphone reviews and within our Ranking Tables - the Battery Life and Performance testing protocol we use is exactly the same.
The ViserMark Labels will be used on our website and our social media posts providing meaningful ratings and scores for Smartphone users and for Smartphone Manufacturers.
This is a Score given between 0 and 100. It reflects the performance based on independent, repeatable, and rigorous testing. It is calculated using Battery Life, Power Efficiency and Charging results.
All our Smartphone Reviews will use the range of labels on them, also within our Smartphone Ranking Tables, you will see additional information, including Charging Time, Power Efficiency and our new Battery Life Performance Score out of 100.
We hope you find the latest ViserMark Labels useful! 👍
This is expressed in “Days-of-Use” and reflects the time in days that a smartphone can be used from a full charge.
Battery Charging Time
It takes a different amount of time to charge different types and sizes of Smartphone batteries. This is expressed in Hours and Minutes.
It simply means maximising the performance of a Smartphone while reducing the amount of energy it consumes, with minimal impact on battery life. It is calculated using Battery Life and Battery Capacity. This is expressed in “Leaves" and reflects a rating between 1 being least and 5 being the most power-efficient.