Playing games, watching movies, listening to music, snapping pictures, so many diverse range of capabilities and multi-functionality running on a mobile platform, it’s no wonder that battery life has always been a concern for developers, manufacturers and the users themselves. On average, most people need to use phone for 9 hours a day, but smartphone runtime is only 5 hours and 38 minutes on a charge, not equals a full work day. So if you don’t take a battery charger along, you’ll have to lower the consumption of battery juice and make it last longer. Here are five ways to boost your phone battery life.
1. Don’t use vibrations. Vibrations are great for notifying you about incoming calls or messages when you’re in the theatre, meetings or other places where it’s necessary to keep the phone silent. But unfortunately, vibrating uses much more power than playing a ringtone does. The sounds produced by ringtones are just very tiny vibrations in your phone’s speaker, in contrast, the vibration motor rotates a small weight to make your whole phone shake. Disable vibrations if you don’t think it’s necessary.
2. Keep your display brightness low. The most important part of your phone when it comes to battery life saving is the display. Automatic brightness works well but unless you have a lot of viewing to do directly under sunlight, you don’t need a very bright screen. Also, ensure that your phone’s screen timeout isn’t left at 15 minutes, actually 30 second is enough.
3. Turn off Connectivity when not in use. Energy is consumed whenever your smartphone searches for GPS, Wi-Fi, 3G or Bluetooth etc. Your phone will constantly look for a better connection and repeated attaining can easily make your battery level drop a notch. So if you don’t need to be connected, turn off your Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and place or position your phone in high connectivity zones when you need. This will prevent from wasting your precious battery power switching from one signal to the other.
4. Shut down notifications and syncing. With constant connectivity to the Internet, most people tend to get notifications on smartphone all the time, be it updates on the latest news, emails, high scores from games, add-ons for apps etc. But with the constant updating and displaying of applications and services, you significantly suck up the juice in your battery. You can simply turn off syncing unless it’s absolutely necessary. For example, you don’t need to know the weather every minute; keep an update interval of about 2 – 3 hours.
5. Take a external phone battery with slim and enough capacity like Infinite One . To be honest, no one really wants to shell out hundreds of dollars for a phone that just enables calls and texts in order to save power. So what’s the point in having a smartphone if you can’t enjoy its smart features? It can’t hurt to have a backup battery, like the Kinkoo Infinite One Portable Charger. Infinite One is quite portable and handy so that you can easily put it in your pocket, and extolled for its fairly quick charging speeds as well as high-capacity 8000 mAh output to power your phone for a week. It allows compatibility with every USB mobile devices. it’s not only a external phone battery for iphone 5s , 5,4s,4, samsung galaxy… but also a external battery for ipad mini,ipad air, android tablets, GoPro cameras, MP3 players,bluetooth, and other USB charged devices. In a word, charger is really ideal for extending your phone battery when you’re on the road, especially in case of emergency.