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Posted 13 December 2012 - 02:00
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Posted 13 December 2012 - 03:06
So this is my first smartphone. I was told that with my laptop since its a lithium ion battery to keep it charged as much as possible, if its at 100% to keep it plugged in as long as you can until you dont have the option of keeping it plugged in and have no outlet. You are supposed to do this because with lithium ion batteries the more often they get below 30% they use one cycle of the battery and the battery only has so many cycles until it is dead, so by keeping it plugged in as often as possible it will prevent the battery form dying. And i was told that keeping it in while it is at 100% is ok, and actually good for the phone so its not using battery if you have an outlet where you can charge it.
Is it the same with smartphones since they also have lithium ion batteries? Someone just told me its bad to keep your phone charging all the time and it can just overheat it. is this true?? Ive had this phone for a couple weeks and i charge it whenever i can if i have an outlet around me because i dont want the battery to get too low and use a cycle.
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