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One of the major problem faced by today's smartphone users is the quick draining of batteries due to sea of applications. Nowadays, the smartphones replaced many gadgets like computer, MP3 player, e-calender and many more.
Eventhough, the companies are coming up with technologies like Turbo charging, bigger battery capacity, power management features, it will be tough when the user doesnt get a place to charge for more than two straight days.
To avoid this problem, we have jotted down the top 5 ways to charge your smartphones in an emergency situation.
Car chargers are probably one of the cheapest device we can ever get and it will work fine unless and until you have a vehicle with energy provider slot. But, the only thing is that, iPhones will need a adapter.
Battery Back up
This is another option, when you don't have car with you! These battery back up is a large battery with two USB ports for connecting the device. Eventually, it will run out of charge and sometimes there are chances of battery getting damaged due to extreme temperatures.
Solar chargers is one of the costliest device that can solve the problem fully. As per theory, users can use smartphone without any central power, if you have solar chargers. But the disadvantage over this is the size of charger. Coming to the price, it will cost you around $100 (approx Rs. 6,600) to $200 (approx Rs. 13,300).
Hand Crank Chargers
Yes, you read it right!. You can make avail of hand crank charger online at $60 (approx Rs. 4,000). This device works by converting the energy of your crank into charge, which is then transferred either to your phone or an internal battery.
The so-called BioLite stove is engineered in a way that it can run off almost any flammable biomass including twigs, leaves, pine cones. Once the fire starts its energy can be harnessed to charge USB devices. Users can make avail of BioLite at price of $129.95 (approx Rs. 8,644).