You probably know the story, if not from your own experience then you heard it from a friend or a family member. It goes like this – you buy a new smartphone and you can’t get enough of its gorgeous huge screen and near-professional camera and then you download apps and test then one after another. You still have dozens of features to check out but then out of a sudden the battery is dead. Bummer. You didn’t think it would happen so soon. That’s because smartphone makers rarely discuss batteries unless they come with some sort of unusual functionality. However, we are going to give you a little insight into what you can expect from some of the flagship smartphones of 2016, for instance that the HTC 10 has the best battery life and the iPhone 7 the worst.
Over that past few years, smart technology has become an integral part of our life. It is present almost everywhere you turn, including equipment that you would never think could be smart, for example refrigerators, though the first device that comes to mind when you think about smart technology is most likely a smartphone. Smartphones have been on the market long enough so that it’s safe to assume that probably everyone knows, at least more or less, what a smartphone is and how it works. However, even though smartphones hold very few secrets for an average user there are still many myths users believe that are true. To sort these things right once and for all, here are the most common facts about smartphones that are completely false.
Specs lists published by mobile manufacturers often tell just a part of the truth regarding the device’s performance, whereas a practical use of it verifies theory and the reality sometimes turns out to be a bit disappoint. For example the Samsung Galaxy S6 is considered one of the best Android phones released in 2015, on the other hand many users are letdown by its poor batter life. However, there’s a simple tweak that may put an end the problem not only on the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge but also on other Android smartphones.
Smartphones are basically mini computers in your palm that can make tasks way beyond than only calls and send texts. Such extensive functionality, however, comes with a price that many new users are not aware of. If you have been using a feature phone for a while, you probably accustomed to charge your handset every few days. Once you switch to a smartphone you may be surprised to see that your device is almost dead at the end of the day. You may think at first that is a battery malfunction, but most likely it is not. All the coolest options and fancy features on smartphone require extra power but there is only one battery in each handset. There are, however, a few tricks you can implement to reduce battery consumption and extend battery life. Here are the 10 tips how to make your phone battery last longer.