Smartphones are quite magical devices. Within seconds and in just some swipes you can find a killer sushi place in your city, manage your bank account and reach all your friends. But unfortunately, phones always seem to die when we need them the most. Avoid this nightmare scenario and treat your little electronic helper right. With these quick tips to maintaining your battery’s health, you will never be without power, again.
The Right Setting
The first step to a long lasting smartphone battery is quite simple – use the best setting to save power. Obvious but easy to neglect is the fact that brighter screens need more of the battery power. Head over to your settings and turn down the lights to keep your phone running longer.
Also, if your phone uses an AMOLED display—many popular Android devices do, though the iPhone does not—each pixel on the screen takes a little bit of power to “light up.” So, the more black pixels you can get on your screen, the better. Just change your bright and colorful wallpaper to a darker and try using dark themes on apps when possible.
Also quite simple, but just as forgettable: If you’re not using your smartphone to connect to wireless internet, switch the wi-fi settings to “off.” This will stop your phone from sniffing out networks and thereby helps saving resources.
Power Up with Smart Chargers
It’s often easy to have one charger for different devices, especially when travelling. However, using the same charger for different gadgets can lead to problems. This is because different charges can output at different amperages — you can check these on your charger in the fine print somewhere on it – and every device needs the right input for a healthy battery.
Smart Chargers like the ARCTIC Smart Charger 8000 solve this problem with the usage of IC technology. Each port of the Smart Charger intelligently identifies your devices to deliver the optimal charge at the optimal speed. No matter whether you have a Samsung phone or an iPod, you can use any brand of mobile on this tool. This saves you hours of time and the trouble of malfunctioning batteries.
External Batteries – Power on the Go
If you just forgot to charge your smartphone at home or you are on the road for a longer time then planned, a power bank can be the life saver of your dying battery. The external batteries are so small that they get into any handbag, laptop bag or even trousers easily. Just connect the power bank with your smartphone via a mini USB-cable and it will charge while you run errands, go to work or take a walk.