Battery Life Explained: Are you killing your battery with bad charging habits?

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23 thoughts on “Battery Life Explained: Are you killing your battery with bad charging habits?

  1. I've always charged my phone from 1% to 100% and after 3 years I've still got 78% of my real battery capacity left (according to accubattery). Maybe because I've disabled fast charging, because when I used to fast charge my phone, it would die at 30% remaining

  2. They said buy an iphone they said
    It has a better battery life they said
    6 months later: im on 93% of my 11 pro max
    That was a flipping lie
    Dont buy an iphone for its battery perforamnce
    Its better than android for sure but being more durable is a myth

  3. I always try to keep my Note9's charge between 30 and 80% and I don't even find myself needing the extra juice that's left as battery life is amazing on this phone.

  4. My cell phone I presumed already has factory setting to detect low battery power. Therefore if I did inadvertently reach at a "0%" juice left……again, then my cell phone would prompt me and indicate, " slow charge" or change to the correct charger cable. Some other warning similar to it.

    The battery is good, not the same though. Factory setting, not that much. Battery will charge on your phone, but not the same way. Stop and charge up on point, once you predict or see that you've reach below this mark. Zero < 30% battery power left. Stay above 30 > though to avoid the batteries reserve warning.

    I noticed that my phone charged at a higher rate just before I reach 30% hurdle or mark. If I paid attention.

    Sadly, charging below 30% reserve, forced me to charge it up (slow), I would then overlook the, " slow charging" or the "incorrect charger cable" prompts by powering off.

    The battery will charge quicker. Either way I had to eventually replace the battery. Less of a hussle that way.

  5. 2:15 don't modern phones automatically detect a full charge and stop charging? That way leaving it charging overnight dosen't do anything to the battery. That's what I have heard multiple times from online tech articles from sites like Forbes, Tech Insider and others…Now I'm seriously confused.

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