Every now and then you discover something new that is better to know, especially when it comes to cell phones. Moreover, things are often done to keep the smartphone in good condition, but obtaining the opposite result. So, it’s really curious but this very common gesture on apps drains the battery of the mobile phone.
The future battery
If we compare the batteries of the past with those supplied on the new lithium-ion smartphones, there is a real abyss. Thinking then of the future batteries under experimentation, these will be 20 times more powerful in autonomy than the current ones.
The battery is still a part of the mobile that is best kept in the best condition, especially now that they form a single block with the phone. However, there are actually some habits that could harm the smartphone. Others, on the other hand, are simply erroneous beliefs.
Gestures to safeguard the batteries
One of them is that the phone cannot be charged overnight. False belief because in mobile phones there is an automatic charge blocking system, which is activated once it reaches the maximum.
To allow the battery to always work in the best way it is always better to avoid things that could damage it. One is to charge the phone with the cover inserted and if anything next to the window where the sun shines. You must also avoid always charging to the maximum, which is not good with the components of modern batteries. When 80% of the charge is reached, you can also disconnect the charger.
It’s really curious but this very common gesture on apps drains the cell phone’s battery
In the use of the telephone, applications are fundamental and several are used. You switch from one app to another continuously, each time recalling it from the standby it was in before. Many people worry that this recalling and pausing will actually drain the battery more easily. So instead of putting them on standby, they just prefer to shut them down.
A gesture that is done with good reason, considering that the phone remains on for days and the presence of many applications in pause could drain the battery. In fact, however, this belief is incorrect, because the applications you leave do not exactly pause, but rather enter memory. They are then recalled from memory and we find them exactly where they were left off. The phone discharges a lot more every time you close and reopen applications.
In any case, at the end of the day when you no longer use your phone, it may also be useful to fall asleep by turning off the phone or putting it in airplane mode. Small gestures that allow us to have a battery that is always in good shape.
(We remind you to carefully read the warnings regarding this article, which can be consulted WHO”)