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How Much Battery Charge Can Extend Battery Life?


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Currently, most smartphones have built-in lithium batteries, but mobile phone batteries also have a life span. So, how much power is left in the mobile phone in daily use to recharge the battery in order to extend the life of the Smartphone Battery?

Note for charging mobile phone

When using the Mobile Phone Lithium Battery, it should be noted that the mobile phone battery enters the dormant state after being placed for a period of time. At this time, the capacity is lower than the normal value, but the mobile phone lithium battery is easy to activate, as long as it passes 3-5 normal charge and discharge cycles. Activate the battery to restore normal capacity.

When the battery level of the mobile phone is below 10-20%, the active material inside the lithium battery is in a low-voltage and low-level environment, which produces by-products, which will cause irreversible degradation of the mobile phone battery‘s capacity!

When the battery power of the mobile phone is higher than 80-90%, the active material in the battery of the mobile phone is in a stagnant state, which will also cause the battery capacity to decrease! Therefore, overcharge or discharge of the battery will cause damage to the battery! Do not charge less than 20%, nor charge more than 80%!

Will the battery life be affected if the phone battery is not fully charged?

Generally speaking, if the mobile phone battery is not fully charged, it will not affect the battery life. But if conditions permit and it is not too troublesome, it is best to wait until the recharge is complete. In addition, charging the battery before it runs out is beneficial to battery life.

But if the power of the Rechargeable Battery is very low every time, or even recharged after running out, the battery life will be very harmful, and it will shorten the battery life!

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