I'm wondering how much impact power saving has when the screen and WiFi and cellular data is off?
I'm in the habit of turning power saving off whenever I unlock my phone and back on when I lock it, and I'm curious if that's really worth the hassle. My usage patterns are:
- WiFi, cellular data, bluetooth off whenever not in use, and off when locked. (nearly always)
- Location/GPS off at all times (never use)
- No social media apps and minimal third party apps, so notifications are few.
- I never use Ultra power saving
It seems like the only possible difference is CPU or disk I/O, but with the phone idling how significant is that?
My phone is Samsung Galaxy J1 running stock Android 6. Thanks