Techc is a precise method to avoid overheating or improper use of the battery.But leaving the phone connected to the current for hours is not the best way to recharge it.Here because
By Luca Pierattini
Rechargeing the smartphone at night is a habit for thousands of people, especially for those who have a few years older and has started doing it since the time of the very first cell phones when a complete recharge of the battery required more than 4 hours.But it is one thing to do it with the old shell phones that required very long recharging times with not very powerful power supplies, another is to do it with modern smartphones equipped with super-carlicators and batteries capable of going from 0 to 100% less than one'Time time.That's why loading the smartphone at night is not only counterproductive, but it is really harmful to the phone.
The ideal charge not to ruin the smartphone
Experts advise to keep the battery charge between 20% and 80% to extend their duration and preserve their ability to accumulate energy.Since lithium ion technology loses over time the possibility of reaching 100% charging - as well as well who has an iPhone and frequently monitors the battery status inside the settings - it would be necessary never to get to the maximum charging forprotect their life cycle and performance.Most of the modern lithium -ion batteries inside the smartphones are designed to last 500 full charge cycles and download (approximately two years of use), after which it will start to run out: autonomy will last less and it will take longerTo be able to completely load it.Se vuoi essere sempre aggiornato iscriviti alle nostre newsletter gratuite!
When it is better to recharge
Trying to summarize a much more complex concept in poor words: the more we load the phone battery to the maximum and the more this will lose performance and will no longer be able to guarantee the same level of charging.In practice, if when you bought the phone the 100% charging you see on the display actually corresponded to that battery level, after 1-2 years, that same value is actually expressed with an actual 96% of the original charge.That's why it would be necessary to recharge the smartphone more often - maybe for 30-40 minutes - only when the battery is below 20% without reaching the complete charging.
Which charger to take
For this reason, the habit of keeping the smartphone attached to the current does not help the battery: you risk prolonging the charging time unnecessarily, overheating the rear cover and, in extremely rare cases, even reaching the explosion, as happened in the pastWith the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, then withdrawn from the market precisely because of this defect.Obviously this does not happen with other phones, on the contrary, the top of the range have smart charging solutions capable of slowing down the charging to preserve this type of phenomenon - it is the case of the iPhone, just to name one.But if you have a less expensive model, preserving the battery is a necessary act: you just need to keep it in the cool (for example, removing the cover when it is under charge), choose a low -power charger (which guarantees a slower charging) and avoidTo forget it too many hours connected to the current, like when you decide to recharge it at night.