Most gadgets these days aren’t easily fixable; they’re black boxes that manufacturers expect you’ll return to their centres for repair or replacement, even for something as simple as a worn out battery. For the lucky owners of smartphones that do have a removable and replaceable batteries, a question emerges: how do I know when it’s time to replace the battery with a new one?
While the iPhone SE’s battery capacity (1,642mAh) is larger than the iPhone 5, it is still pretty small. Keeping a battery lasting all day or even multiple days at a time can still be a struggle depending on your type of activity and how often you use you smartphone. Here are some energy saving tips we’ve put […]
Battery life. It’s the bane of any smartphone user and it hasn’t really improved over the past few years with feature-sets improving at a far greater rate than battery capacity. Add a peripheral device to the mix, particularly one which can’t really operate on its own and you’ve got a recipe for multiple charges per day. Although Apple’s […]
Samsung unveiled some new battery technologies recently at the InterBattery 2015 expo in Seoul. They seem quite promising thanks to their flexible nature and high energy density, and they could find their home in millions of smart gadgets in years to come. They’re called Stripe and Band; here’s what we know so far.
In this video, we show you the potential dangers of third-party batteries, and the importance of getting genuine Samsung replacements, made by Samsung to the same specifications.