This is another a very common myth that you should charge your battery after the full drain only. Yes, this is another topic which has been the talk of the town for a long time from the existence of phones. If you want to know the truth about it then keep reading the article. If you didn’t read another myth about it yet then go here to read out.
If you charge your phone or smartphone on regular basis and anytime then there exist a lot of people who suggest charging your phone only when it drains out completely and then charge it fully. Isn’t it….? But did you ever try to find out the reason behind it? Did you…? I think never…Let me remind you one thing that everything has a logical reason behind its happening. Believe it or not. So don’t waste any time further. Let’s get started.
As I have already told you in the previous post that since the smartphone started to use Lithium ions and Lithium polymer batteries, the evolution has reached the next level and still going on. Generally, Lithium batteries have a charge cycle of around 400 -500 form 0% to %100. That means if you charge it from 0% to 100% 500 times then it will start to degrade after it, but if you didn’t charge it to 100% never then you can preserve the charge cycle.
But that doesn’t mean that your battery never fail. It will but will remain ideal for a long period for sure. If your phone’s battery charge level decreases to very low then your battery’s stress level increases to maintain the power, and if it happens on the regular basis then your smartphone’s battery will start to degrade very early.
So charge your battery as many times as you can there is no harm in it.
Keep things in mind
- Maintain the temperature level of your battery. Too much temperature for a long time may harm your phone’s battery.
- Always try to maintain the battery percentage from 20% to 80%.
- Never use your phone while charging.
- You should calibrate your phone’s battery once in the life of the battery.
I hope you have quashed the myth about battery charging for sure. If you still have any doubt then you can ask in the comment section below. And stay tuned to this blog for more information.