charge the mobile phone battery properly
Most people nowadays have smartphones but one problem they face the most is battery charging.
In fact, smartphones often have to be charged, so the charger is more likely to be damaged and even more likely to be counterfeit when buying a new charger that damages the battery.
In fact, if the charger is not original, it can affect battery performance, charge storage capacity, and overall life.
So it is better not to use cheap counterfeit chargers but take care of these things while buying so that no one can catch expensive counterfeit chargers.
How to catch a fake Samsung charger?
In fact, it is difficult to tell the difference between Samsung’s real and fake chargers, but there is a big difference between the two in the charger’s print text if it has A + and Made in China with other details. The chances of being fake are very high.
Apple’s fake charger sign
The market is rife with counterfeit versions of Apple’s iPhone, the sign of which is that the original charger will say Designed by Apple in California. Similarly, the color of the Apple logo in the fake charger will be extraordinarily dark.
Xiaomi’s fake charger
When buying a charger for this Chinese company’s phones, check the length of the wire, if it is less than 120 cm and the adapter is big enough, it will be fake.
Fake Huawei Charger
If the charger of Huawei’s phone is real or fake, then match the barcode information in the charger with the print information on the adapter, if it matches then it will be real, otherwise, it will not.
Are you charging your smartphone properly?
We feel that the battery of our smartphone is very bad because it hardly lasts even a day.
But it’s not our device, it’s us who always charge it the wrong way.
Yes, most of us think that overcharging damages batteries on a long term basis, which is why we charge them when they are about to die.
But by doing so, we are actually doing more damage to the battery.
The batteries of our smartphones are just as sensitive as ours, too much stress is detrimental to them and drains battery life, according to a website Battery University.
So here are some things you need to know to improve battery life.
Do not leave the charger on when fully charged
According to Battery University, leaving the phone on the charger overnight even after it has been fully charged can actually be devastating for the battery on a long-term basis.
When our smartphone is 100 percent charged and still connected to the charger, the stress on the battery increases, or let’s say it gets under a lot of stress, which affects its life.
So when the battery is fully charged, remove it from the charger, it’s like relaxing the muscles after a hard workout, imagine for yourself what would happen if you exercised for several hours straight?
Do not charge the battery to 100%
According to Battery University, lithium-ion batteries do not need to be fully charged, in fact, it is better not to charge them at all due to high voltage stress in the battery which can cause damage on a long term basis. ۔
So charge the battery when needed and take it out after a while, there is nothing wrong with that.
Charge the phone when the opportunity arises
It is better to charge a smartphone at any time of the day than when it is about to be emptied and used for a longer period of time.
According to Battery University, charge your phone only when its battery is down by 10%, of course, this is not possible for most people, so plug in your smartphone whenever you have the opportunity, call several times a day. There is nothing wrong with charging.
This will not only improve the performance of the battery but will also not affect its charge throughout the day.
Keep the battery cool
The battery of a smartphone is very sensitive to heat, so when you put it on a charge, remove its case (cover) so that the battery does not get hot. It is not necessary to remove every type of case, but if you feel that the device gets hot during charging, remove the case. If you are out and about in hot weather, cover the phone to protect the battery.