As we all know, every smartphone needs to be charged, because they have batteries that power up the device. With a single charge, we can use our device for the certain time and need to be replenished again.
We all would have faced a low battery warning message from our mobile phones when we are out or before leaving.
With lots of quick charging technologies emerging in the market, it would be an easy task to charge your device completely in less than an hour. If you own one with quick charging, you are good to go!
But if you don't own one, what are the precautions you can take to save your last few juices? Let's find it out!
Switch off your mobile!
It's as simple as that! If you are running out of low battery, switch off your smartphone and use it, when you need it.
Switching off can save power from network connectivity, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi (if turned on). Otherwise, change your smartphone mode to Airplane, where you can save some amount of juices.
Use reliable adapter
Always prefer perfect amp rating adapter when you charge your gadgets. Most of the smartphones use 1 amp of current.
If in case, you charger has more ampere rating, it will charge at the faster rate while the adapter with lower rate charge slower. However, right cable with suitable adapter can do wonders in terms of reliability and charge.
Prefer plug point, not USB port!
This is no rocket science. When you prefer plug point, the device charges quickly than it does in USB port. It happens because USB ports can charge at 0.5A, where the plug charge at 1A.,
Remover cases and covers while charging!
Smartphone batteries run on simple principle, "Cooler the battery, better the life". In fact, all the smartphones use Lithium-ion battery, which of course heats up when charging. This process causes smartphone to heat up too!
Don't forget to take your power bank!