We know so much about smartphones. But yet there is one component inside it that remains somewhat mysterious. That is battery. Why does it drain so much faster on some occasions? Why does it heat up so much while charging? What is the proper life of a battery in a phone? Is it one year or two? For consumers it is difficult to get definite answers to these questions because battery performance in a phone depends on so many factors, including the ambient temperature and the cellular signal strength.
The best ways to avoid damage to battery while charging are:
Use the charger that came with your phone. other charger’s may charge slowly damage your device or battery.
There is a saying that when you get a new phone, you should calibrate its battery. it is rubbish. You don’t need to teach your device how much capacity the battery has by going from totally charged to completely drained.
You should keep your phone cool. The heat is an enemy of battery. It drains battery faster, and it sucks away its life. Avoid situations where your device can overheat. The battery will drain much faster when it’s hot, even if you’re not using it, and this can even damage your battery.
Try to keep the battery half full. For the best battery lifespan, try to keep your charged above 50 per cent as much as possible.