Know How To Calculate Mobile Phone Battery Life

Modern smartphones have chips that manage the charging process, these chips monitor the condition of the battery, both in the form of voltage and temperature and adjust the charging process. Can you charge your smartphone while sleeping until morning? Yes, you can and no problem, because when almost full, the charging process also slows down to cool the temperature, and when the battery is full, there is the trickle charging process, to adjust the inrush and use, so there is no excess or overcharging that makes the battery hot. Just try every morning we wake up and hold the smartphone that is in-charge overnight usually a cold condition, not warm let alone hot. If you want to get a charging locker, you can visit our website and get cell phone charging lockers.

The current smartphone batteries are Li-Ion batteries, in contrast to old-fashioned cellular batteries in the form of Ni-MH or Ni-Cd batteries that have a ‘memory effect’ that must be spent before being re-charged. Lithium-Ion Battery just the opposite, try not to use until it runs out. Batteries that run out, like people who are already exhausted, hungry, and doze off, wake it up is difficult, take extra effort. To charge an empty Li-Ion battery requires a large voltage and tend to make the battery hot. This excessive heat becomes the enemy of the Lithium Ion battery, so its age will be shorter.

Battery life is calculated from the number of cycles, 100% charge, and discharge process. For example, our batteries are now 100%, then used up to 50% left, then recharged to 100%, when used up to 50% again means 1 cycle. Every battery has no certainty how many cycles to its ability then decreases, this depends on how we use it. The average mobile phone battery has the ability to cycle between 300-500 cycles. If you often use the battery until it runs low or runs out, the battery cycle will be less.

Average battery technology is now, after use 1 year, its full capacity will not be 100% again, but the average 80%. The latest smartphone battery technology, it could be better, until after use 1 year, its full capacity is only reduced 5%. Currently, most likely we will not be using the same smartphone for years, so do not let the myths and many restrictions on charging, interfere with our convenience.