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HTC, Motorola, LG, and Samsung say they don't reduce the performance of devices with old batteries

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The battery-gate Apple continues to appear in all the media, that controversy that is putting the spotlight on the Cupertino boys after affirming these that slowed down the devices with old batteries in order to avoid sudden blackouts due to the loss of power of Battery.

Something that we can somehow understand, but whose reason can not comfort us either. Apple has decided to make the decision to reduce the price of battery change up to 29 euros in order to reduce the tension of its users. But what does Apple's competition do? Do other manufacturers slow down devices? After the jump we tell you what the boys just said HTC, LG, Motorola, and Samsung …

According to some of the most important manufacturers of the Android ecosystem: HTC, LG, Motorola, or Samsung, your devices with old batteries have not been slowed down by the company, that is, there is no such "programmed obsolescence" of your devices. However, Apple says this does it to prevent blackouts due to lack of power, Do these Android devices? A controversy that is difficult to enter since I think it is quite complicated to value 100% the performance of an old device.

So you know, if you are users of any of the mentioned brands (HTC, LG, Motorola, or Samsung) that you know that nor you should have no problem with your devices and their degraded batteries (understanding it ironically). In my view, this is normal, batteries are the part of the device that is most degraded and we can not demand conditions such as the first day after having exceeded a full number of charges of our battery. However, you know, take advantage of Apple's battery replacement program to somehow vitamin your older devices.

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