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One of the biggest doubts when buying a new smartphone is battery life. The vast majority of smartphone users are always looking for an outlet to recharge them. But the worst of it is that, over time, the life cycle inevitably slows down. But why is the current situation so precarious, and what can we do?

First of all, let's take a look at the battery of a smartphone. As with any type of battery, there is a flow of electrons coming out of a pole, feeding the cell, and then entering the opposite pole. In addition, the battery must be connected to a socket with a higher voltage to recharge.
Tips to Increase The Battery Life of Your Android

If this worked in practice as in theory, there would be no problems and we would have batteries that would work for hundreds of years. Unfortunately, there are reactions and undesirable effects during the process negatively influencing and gradually the operation of our battery. And for now we can not avoid them.

Problems with lithium batteries

Before you start listing things that do not work, I would like to emphasize that lithium batteries are at the moment essential for smartphones and other devices that require little power because they are smaller and lighter than other technologies.

They can be built to efficiently fill the spaces, unload when they are not used (5% less versus 20-30% others) and do not suffer from the effect of memory, so we do not have to load it to the maximum or wait to unplug it.

That said, your chemistry is not safe like the others. In fact, in addition to requiring several mandatory security systems inside them, they have weaknesses and some tips can optimize their use.

Temperature

The first problem with lithium batteries is temperature. All batteries suffer from heat, but lithium batteries are particularly sensitive. One example is that people who live in colder regions have batteries that last longer than those who live in hot regions.

ADVICE: The optimum temperature of use varies from 20 to 25ยบ. If you want to keep a battery, it is best to leave it in a refrigerator with 40% charge. Check the following table:

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TIP: Use only official chargers and do not leave your smartphone charging for more than 8-10 hours.

Inevitable Decay

The biggest problem with lithium batteries is that even if they are not used, they go through the deterioration process, losing up to 20% of charge per year. That means that even when stored in the best way, after two years its capacity will be half, and with it the operating time of our smartphone.

Tips to increase the battery life of your Android

Recapping the measures to be taken or avoided to optimize the duration of your battery:

  • Charge your battery for shorter periods and more times;
  • Charge it in a cool place; never use your cell phone while charging;
  • Do not leave the smartphone on the bed;
  • Do not leave the battery exhausted and do not store it uncharged;
  • Disconnect charger when charging is complete;
  • Do not attempt to re-connect the phone if it is turned off due to the low battery.
  • Store your battery properly if it is out of use.
  • Lastly, remember that after 2 or 3 years, maybe before, the battery should be changed so that the usage time can again be satisfactory.


ADVICE: do not buy spare batteries if it is not extremely necessary (and in this case keep it following the previous advice on temperature).

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