No matter how big and powerful your smartphone's battery is but if you are stuck to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or other social media apps or if your work requires you to be on the device all day, it contributes to a quicker drop in the performance of your phone's battery. Well, charging smartphones has become a part of our regular routine. But, there are actually some big mistakes users make when charging their device that could potentially damage it! This is NYK. We bring you a list of a few things you should avoid while charging your phone.
• CHARGING OVERNIGHT
Sleeping time of an individual throughout the night is most likely going to be between 6 to 8 hours, your phone's battery typically only needs 1 to 2 hours to fully charge. Overcharging the phone can put out a lot of pressure on its battery. Sooner than later, you will experience battery problems. In addition, overcharged battery can quickly heat up and explodes.
• USING THE DEVICE WHILE IT IS ON CHARGING
Draining the smartphone when it is getting charged can put a lot of stress on the batteries. So, if you have to answer an urgent call or text someone, unplug it from charging to do so and then put it to charge after ending the call.
• AIMING FOR 100% BATTERY EVERYTIME
If you constantly leave your smartphone to keep it fully charged, you are doing more harm than good. A smart-phone will function well if the battery level lies between 20 and 80 %. So don't aim for 100% battery every day and enjoy your phone instead.
Which of these mistakes you do often?