Smartphone battery power is not enough, say half of the users

  • Smartphone battery power is not enough, say half of the users
    Independent.t. E.
    Half of Irish people think that the smartphone battery is inadequate, according to a new study.
    https://www.independent.ie/business/technology/smartphone-batteries-are-short-on-power-say-half-of-consumers-37205379.html
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Half of Irish people think that the smartphone battery is inadequate, according to a new study.

A nationwide survey by the phone manufacturer Huawei shows that the PC 48 we now bring about charging cables to give our phones to jump during the day, while one in 10 admits that they bought a coffee so that they can use cafe the charging Jack.

One in eight of us to charge our phones up to three times a day, with the so-called “all day” battery life on smartphones is proving to be a lie.

Young women afraid dead of all, according to the study, nearly two-thirds of adult women under the age of 35 while bringing a cable or portable charger with you.

However, a third of us have learned how to prevent drain on the battery, turn off apps, Bluetooth and other energy-intensive activities to conserve energy.

While many of us complain about poor battery life in our smartphones, phone manufacturers respond that this greater use of video applications such as Netflix and YouTube.

Almost half of Irish researchers reported that they ideally want a phone that can last 24 hours “continuous use”. The company start to load more batteries in their devices, with Huawei, Samsung and Motorola release new models with giant power supplies this year.

The news comes ahead of Apple launches its new range of iPhones in early September.

The giant company, which recently exceeded estimates of $ 1 trillion, they say, is preparing three new flagship model, including a screen larger than six inches in size.

This week, Samsung suffered embarrassment in Ireland, when the local mobile operators abandoned the premium version of its new flagship phone, the note 9, claiming it was too expensive at €1,279.

The Korean giant is trying to resurrect note the brand of the phone after the fires that led to the deletion of footnote 7 from Irish shops.

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