Are you afraid that your current or future mobile will break the battery? Because we do, that's why we have prepared this article; so that our smartphones last longer.
This time we will give you tips to make your battery last longer.
⛔ AVOID EXTREME TEMPERATURES ⛔
Lithium batteries are special as they lack memory effect (charging a battery without being fully discharged). However, extremes are also bad.
Lithium batteries (used in all mobiles today), suffer a lot whether they are fully charged or if they are low on charge. Therefore, it is advisable to make the battery last longer by charging it up to 80% and discharging it up to 20%.
The extremes not only affect the level of charge, but also the temperature. The ideal temperature for batteries is 10-30º, so you have to avoid taking the smartphone to very hot or very cold areas.
🙅♂️ DO NOT USE IT WHILE CHARGING IT 🙅♂️
With old mobiles, the first charge had to be for several hours. With lithium batteries this does not happen. Therefore, we do not recommend that you do so. Also, if you use the mobile while you are charging it, you will be unnecessarily forcing its consumption. It is charging and discharging energy at the same time and that is not good or recommended for the battery.
👌 USE QUALITY CHARGER, WITH CERTIFICATE 👌
Another problem that can arise with the battery is the use of poor quality chargers. Generally, these are cheap chargers that do not have any type of certificate and do not offer the optimal levels of quality and safety that your precious device deserves.
Therefore, we recommend a quality charger such as the Eleco, for less than 11 euros rather than one of 3 euros from the bazaar.
🚫 SAY NO TO FAST OR WIRELESS CHARGING 🚫
Wireless charging may sound good in terms of less wait time. But all that glitters is not gold.
As we know, fast charging makes the battery work faster than it usually would, so this causes it to heat up.
On the other hand, wireless charging generates an electromagnetic field (phone) and receives power from another device (magnetic charger). In other words, this electromagnetic field generates a large amount of heat which damages our battery and reduces its useful life.