How to save battery in your smartphone? Some simple tips to keep your phone from running out of battery

How to save battery in your smartphone? In this guide you'll find some practical tips on how to avoid losing capacity after prolonged use. See more:

Saving battery in 2021 is less and less a part of user habits.

Large cells in every price bracket and fast charging have meant that smartphones with the best battery rarely need to be charged more than once a day. But if you want your phone to last as long as possible, this guide will give you some tips on how to take care of your smartphone battery.

The first tip may seem rather paradoxical. The best way to save battery in your smartphone and extend the life of the cell is to limit the power with which you charge it. A good example is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, in the case of which the maximum supported power is 45 watts, and you will find a 25-watt adapter in the kit. The difference in charging speed is small (in the case of this model, not in general) and it is not without reason.

I realize that the first advice is difficult to accept, because it is a very extreme solution. However, if you are curious, but very fast charging affects battery life, Oppo openly talks about it. 800 cycles (let's say that's two years of fairly normal use) of charging translates into a capacity drop of up to 90 percent.

The second point is even harder to make because we (usually) don't intentionally drop the phone. But drops have a very big impact on the battery, leading to damage - and in extreme cases, even swelling and spontaneous combustion.

The third tip is already trivially easy to achieve, as long as you pay some attention to it. Nowadays, charging a smartphone every night has no excuse, because hardly any smartphone charges for more than an hour and a half. Plugging it in right after waking up is a much better idea, because it won't lead to "overcharging" the battery.

There is also another side of the coin

- complete battery discharge happens to everyone, but it is worth avoiding it not only for fear of losing contact with the world. It can be assumed that it is best to keep the state of charge of the smartphone between 30 and 70 percent all the time - if, of course, it is possible.

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Being completely discharged is also problematic if you have a "spare" smartphone that sits discharged in a drawer all the time. It is worth turning it on from time to time and checking whether it has any energy left. This will allow you to avoid a situation in which you are left with a completely useless device in your hand when you need it most.

In general, we can say that the biggest enemy of batteries is heat. So make sure that you do not use your smartphone too intensively during charging, and when leaving it plugged into the charger avoid sunny places.

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