Is This The Best and Safest Method To Charge One’s Smartphone?

Smartphones are known to perform a wide variety of functions at either the same time, or subsequently and it was their abilities to perform multiple tasks that made them to get drained in energy easily than a typical low-end phone. Although some manufacturers have been able to come up with the idea of making battery stronger but after using these device for some time, they still tend to decline in energy.    “How then, can one save his smartphone energy through charging”?


 The recent discussion with a friend reveals a fact that the way one charges
his/her mobile phone also play a major role in saving a smartphone’s

     Overcharging is one of the major thing that can decline the quality of a smartphone’s energy and it simply means the smartphone battery being charged up to the 100% level and one still does not remove it from the power source despite that it is already full.

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Although in a location where there are insufficient electricity supply,one might want to ensure that the mobile phone is well charged. However there is still a way you can go about it without Overcharging the device.

“Leaving one’s phone to charge up to 96% and stopping the charge at that rate is better than OverchargingIbklet (A smartphone Experienced User)

I think its a good to let a mobile phone charge up to 96% level (not higher or lesser than that) as that won’t be term overcharged and additionally, the energy on it should be enough to last for a longer period of time.

     The bottom line is: While this method of charging one’s device is good in order to increase the quality of a smartphone’s energy, it might not be applicable for everybody especially if you’re living in an area where there are inconstant power supply.

0 thoughts on “Is This The Best and Safest Method To Charge One’s Smartphone?

  1. I would differ here mate, i referred lots of articles and most of them suggest that charging should be in the "safe zone" (i.e. 40% – 80%). Smartphone batteries have gone through a radical change recently.

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