4 tips to reserve your smartphone’s battery
By Joe Horner 2019-06-30 680 0
These tips do not come out of the blue, of course, and they all come from the latest report from Battery University. This name may not mean anything to you and that's perfectly normal because this site is not very well known.
No, and it actually belongs to a company called Cadex Electronics, a company that is recognized as a world reference in the field of battery testing and analysis.
It was founded in the 1980s and has developed over the years many devices dedicated to this purpose, devices that have required years of research and development.
In its article, the Battery University explains that lithium-ion batteries are sensitive to stress. Like human beings, then. It also has many negative effects on their clothing and autonomy. Very harmful effects, even, and it is precisely for this reason that it is imperative to respect some basic advice.
Do not leave your phone charging when the battery is full
According to the site, therefore, you’d better not to leave your smartphone charging when the battery is full. Why? Simply because it will take small regular electrical charges to maintain it at 100%, charges that will also keep it in a state of high stress.
In a way, it's like doing sports all the time, without taking a break. In the long run, this could cause wear and tear on your muscles and their ligaments.
It's exactly the same here.
Avoid fully charging your phone
If you're the type to charge your phone 100% every day or, at best, every other day, then you're probably killing its battery.
Why? Simply because high voltages also cause stress to battery chemicals. In the long term, this can therefore have a significant impact on its autonomy, and even on its lifespan.
Charge your phone as soon as you can
Complete charging cycles should also be avoided. They tend to heat and stress the chemicals in lithium-ion batteries. Again, this can have serious long-term implications.
The best technique is to charge your phone as soon as possible and thus opt for shorter cycles. In the same vein, it is also preferable not to wait until the battery is completely empty to recharge your phone.
This should come as no surprise to you, but batteries are very sensitive to heat. In this context, it is preferable to avoid leaving your phone in direct sunlight for hours.
Finally, keep in mind that most current phones have non-removable batteries. In this context, it is preferable to be very careful with our phone.
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