The 'smartphones'have become a partindispensableof our day to day. We use them to stay in touch with our loved ones, surf the internet, listen to music or, of course, make calls. And it is that today it is difficult to find someone who leaves home without their mobile phone.
But that dependence on smartphones can be disrupted when we run out of battery in the middle of the street. Because as much as we charge the mobile,thephones batteriesThey deteriorate over time.Although this is inevitable, there are a number oferrors when charging the mobilethat can be avoided to extend battery life.
Charge the mobile on the computer
Every time you load your smartphone on your computerthrough the USB cableYou are reducing battery life. This is because the currents oscillate a lot between the two USB inputs and this can cause more heating than charging in an outlet.
Do not use the original charger
Using a single charger for several devices that have the same micro USB connector is another of the most common mistakes when charging the 'smartphone'. Because they have the same connector does not necessarily mean that they are compatible anduse a charger that is not the originalit can damage your phone's battery
Leave the phone charging all night
This is possibly the most common error when charging the mobile. Surely on more than one occasion you have plugged in the phonebefore you go to sleepto have the battery fully charged in the morning. But the truth is that this habit can damage the battery of your device.
Lithium batteries usually reach full charge within two to three hours of connecting and then stop charging. But when plugged in the device heats up, so leave it exposed to that temperature rise overnightIt can stress and damage the battery.
Wait for the battery to run out completely
Letting the mobile keep the smallest possible battery to plug it in is one of the most common myths about how to correctly charge the phone. Whether it has a 40, like a 1, or 80%, you can load it with total peace of mind whenever you want and when it suits you.
In fact,the ideal charge for a lithium ion battery is between 20 and 80%. Several experts also ensure that the optimum for good use would be to not always charge it at 100% b or keep it at minimum levels.
Leave the phone case on
That the temperature affects the phone's battery is no secret. That's why device manufacturers usually recommendcharge them without the caseset for heat to escape properly, something that many overlook.
Similarly, it is advisable not to leave the phone charging in very hot or very cold environments to avoid damaging the battery.