How to charge smartphone correctly


The smartphone can be used to help to do many things, ranging from checking e-mail, read news, photographing, until the activity with a variety of social media and instant messaging. Unfortunately, with many functions, battery life is still an obstacle.

On average smartphone today have a life of 4-5 hours if used intensely. Surely the time is not enough to accompany its activities all day. Here are some tips to charge the smartphone is good and right that the battery can be long-lived.

Do not let to run out the total

Many say that the smartphone battery should be allowed to run out first before recharging. It was true, but it is only for batteries with nickel, which is now becoming obsolete, so the above advice is not relevant. Smartphone-modern smartphones are now using lithium-ion battery material, which means the treatment was also different from the nickel battery materials. Should be kept to a smartphone battery power stored in it remained above 50 percent, or at least 20 percent. However, occasionally the battery also needs to be "topped up" until exhausted, for example, once a month for calibration purposes.

Do not "in-charge" overnight

The habit of letting the battery connected to the charger all night as he left the bed also was not good. Although some of the charger can be cut off electrical current when power is 100 percent occupied, let the battery always be 100 per cent occupancy is also not good. Charge the battery until fully charged briefly as many times even better for health than the battery is left in a state of zero percent or 100 percent on an ongoing basis. Lithium batteries are also vulnerable if left often run out of power because the battery also has a component that can be used to damage the battery itself to prevent the battery does not explode. Although not happen every day, users must be alert.

Avoid hot spot

Avoid smartphone from hot places, such as on the dashboard of the car under the windscreen, though the smartphone are switched off once. Therefore, exposure to heat can damage the battery. Lithium batteries are ideally stored in a temperature of 15 degrees celsius. Temperature extremes that can be handled is between minus 40 to 50 degrees celsius.

Charge directly into the electrical socket

Connect the battery to the charger through the power socket is the most recommended. Although today introduced a method for wireless recharging the battery, the method also produces heat which is not good for the battery. Method of connecting the charger to the power socket is also faster and safer when compared to connect the smartphone to a computer or laptop using a USB data cable / charger.