Improve Smartphone Battery Life

It is a common scenario with smart phone battery life. When the multiple number of apps are running simultaneously on your mobile phone, it is obvious that the battery life of the mobile cease to stand a longer time.  On an average the smart phone battery life lasts any time between one and two which again depends on the usage.

Here are a few tips to improve the smart phone battery life:

  • Screen time out short

If you wish to lengthen the battery life you should shorten the screen time out. This depends on the time that you want the screen to remain live after completing your interaction using the phone.

  • Do not leave the apps running on the background

Most of us open the App and do not bother to close it after use. This being a common feature of smart phones we tend to use as many apps as possible and will not close it. This could be one of the reasons for the battery life to get drained. Try to close the apps as soon as the use of it is complete.

  • Turn off Vibration mode

Better use a ringtone, when it is not required to use the vibration mode on your smart phone. This helps to save the battery life.

Vibrations use more power than ringtones; hence try to use this mode only when required.

  • Usage of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G, GPS should be restricted wherever necessary

Whenever the smart phone searches for Wi-Fi, 3G/4G, Bluetooth signals, more energy is consumed. If the reception is poor, the time consumed to get a good connection increases.

When not required try to turn off the Wi-Fi connectivity, this helps in saving the battery life.

  • Dim Screen Brightness

Try to reduce the screen brightness of your smart phone as it consumes more battery life.

Hope these tips are helpful for having an extended smart phone battery life.


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