There still are phones with removable batteries on the market – you just don’t see them as much. They’re less popular and a little outdated. More common are gadgets with batteries that are glued and screwed into the inside of the phone. You can take it out only with special tools.
There are a few reasons why phones with removable batteries have lost their touch. One of them is that this new non-removable battery isn’t only for your convenience. The lifespan of an average smartphone battery is about 24 months. After that, it starts losing its capacity. And your service provider will be happy to sell you a new phone!
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❗️ How to make your battery life last longer: ❗️
– Check location tracking for all your apps 2:40
– Ditch live wallpaper and other visual effects 3:25
– Turn off automatic app updates 4:03
– Check battery usage 4:40
– Tone down the screen brightness 5:09
– Don’t drain or charge the battery completely 5:39
– Turn off Bluetooth and WI-FI when you don’t need it 5:54
– Shut off unnecessary push notifications 6:17
– Avoid temperature extremes 6:55
– Reduce the screen timeout 7:28
– Avoid using your phone while it’s charging 8:03
– Use Airplane Mode not only on planes 8:19
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– Non-removable batteries don’t need a back panel, which means they take up less space inside the gadget. Slim smartphones simply look more stylish and modern!
– Giving up removable batteries also made it possible to have waterproof phones.
– With the battery tucked inside and difficult to get to without that removable back panel, it makes it harder for a thief to disable tracking features.
– With location turned off, your battery won’t have to work overtime tracking where you are all the time.
– What kind of wallpaper do you have on your phone right now? If it’s a bright flashy animated one, then your battery doesn’t last very long.
– Sometimes just one power-hogging app might be the problem. Looking through your smartphone’s battery usage can help you pinpoint which app it is.
– Whenever your phone is lit up, precious battery power is slipping away from you. You can lower the display brightness from the quick settings menu.
– Don’t wait to charge your phone when it turns off, and unplug it before it reaches 100%. Both these extremes drain the battery.
– Your phone will keep looking for a new connection as long as Bluetooth or WI-FI are enabled but the gadget isn’t connected to anything.
– Your phone wakes up for each notification and lights up the screen to show you a message and give you a chance to reply.
– If it’s too cold or too hot, it can strain the battery and shorten its lifespan.
– If your phone is on but you’re not using it, the screen will automatically turn off after some time, usually 1-2 minutes. That’s more than likely a lot longer than you need, so why not reduce it?
– Reading, watching videos, or gaming on your phone when it’s plugged in can distort the battery’s charging cycles.
– As you know, Airplane Mode switches off a lot of features, but you can always manually turn on the ones you need the most without leaving Airplane mode.
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