I bought my first smart phone that doesn't allow battery replacement. I feel doomed, but my historic experience has been that when I need to replace the battery, I'll need to change phone soon. Should I be pessimistic?
Pessimistic. No way..These news smartphones has non removable battery after much research and has positive outcome.As per non technical person and more with common sense.I believe these non removable batteries are in the phone to protect the phone from duplication of batteries, making it slim and light on weight, more user friendly. Thus over all capturing
These are just some of the things I've learned while trying to get a battery backup of at least 12 hours for the past two years. Hope it helps! :)Reduce the screen timeout time. This way, it keeps display on for a lesser time. This amounts to decent battery
If you have an Android Phone, trust me on this one! DO NOT USE ANY BATTERY SAVER APPS!You can't get free energy from the universe or something, and adding an app which consumes more ram and battery to "save battery" sounds ridiculous.
Take any smartphone with the best processor like snapdragon 845 chipset and you will get the best performance. Take your pick from Google or Samsung to any other brand but chances are these phones are the costliest of the lot.In the recent years the term