There are so many components that make up a cell phone, but there is only main thing that keeps it running and that is the Cell phone battery. A battery can be of different sizes and different capacities. A battery’s performance is measured in MaH. The way you treat your battery also determines how long is the battery going to last. Over the span of time battery health can deplete.
A Cell phone battery last an average of 3 to 5 years, but that depends on different factors. Charging habits play a major role in a battery’s lifespan. The more you charge the battery, the more its capacity will diminish over time. A Cell phone battery can also swell over the period of time and there are huge chances of it bursting. Since all that power and heat is going through your phone while you are charging, it is very easy for your phone to heat up and maybe catch a spark sometimes. There is also a possibility that you charge your phone to 100% but the battery starts diminishing quickly. This happens when the battery is not holding the charge anymore.
Here are some tips on “how to properly use and charge your battery?”
- Don’t charge your phone too many times. Only charge it once the phone sends you a notification of low battery.
- Once the phone is charged up to 100%, don’t keep on charging it.
- Always use the charger cable that comes with the phone.
- Don’t plug-in your phone and leave it over night for charging
Try to follow these tips and you might not face any battery issues ever. But even if you do, replacing cell phone battery is not that expensive. For any other information, contact or reach out to your Cell phone expert at Mobile Rescue.