In standard situations, the unexpected discharge of the device’s battery can be explained simply – the owner intensively uses the smartphone on the Internet, that is, leaving Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or 3/4/5G connected, or using demanding applications.
About the fact that in addition Despite the energy-intensive functions described above, less noticeable services can also drain the battery, writes NBN, citing the iTECHua material.
In particular, the following functionality actively “drains” the battery:
- vibration mode – a working vibration motor “consumes” quite a lot of energy, since the smartphone “shakes” every time you press the virtual keyboard, discharging the “device” alarmingly quickly;
- a constantly running voice assistant from Google due to a stably turned on microphone, it significantly increases the energy load;
- the color gamut of the display is too bright—you should reduce its level, and the battery life will be much longer.
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