The new developer preview 3 of Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes with a tweak to the existing battery stats the device offers its user. Along with the percentage of the battery consumed by an app and the time it was running, now the statistics also show how much mAh (milli-ampere hour) that particular app consumed from the battery.
This could be easily related to as the battery rating, in the list of specifications of any device, is given in mAh. The statistics show “computed power use” for any given app in mAh so that users an have a little more insight as to what actually is happening with their device’s battery. However, this can’t be defended as the exact amount of battery that the app has consumed because it is programmed to give such an output based on numerous possibilities it was fed during the feature’s development.
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