Getting the Most of Your Cell Phone Batteries

Are you planning on buying a new phone in the near future? Or do you need to replace your dead cell phone battery? When it comes to cell phone batteries, it is more complex than that of buying AA batteries. There is more than one type of cell phone batteries to choose from on any given phone and also many factors to consider. For instance: cell phone batteries have different weight values, they vary in lifetime and talk time too. These choices can have a big impact on your cell phone decision, especially if you travel and need your phone available 24/7.

Tips for Extending your Talk Time:

Here are a few different things you can do that won’t interfere with any habits you may have but they will help reduce your energy consumption. Which will than allow you more standby time and talk time in between cell phone charges.

-Disable the sound the phone makes when you press any keys. You will be able to easily change this setting in the phone settings.

-Set your phone to ring tone instead of vibration whenever possible. Using vibration drains more energy from your cell phone batteries than ring tones.

-If your cell phone has a dual mode setting which is digital and analog cell phone and you travel extensively this tip will be very helpful! When you travel in an analog area and you won’t need your cell phone, turn it off. The analog system is tough on cell phone batteries. Digital phones have less power management features. This is yet another way to extend the life of your cell phone batteries.

Lastly cell phone batteries have more than a stand by and talk time, they also have overall lifetime. You can find out your cell phones specific charge cycles by looking in the cell phone manual. Different cell phones may have different charge cycles. And always remember to keep your cell phone away from heat that is one of the quickest ways to shorten the lifetime of your battery.