Different types of cell phone batteries have been used over the last 10 years. Recently, cell phone manufacturers have turned to lithium-ion technology for today's cell phone batteries. We want to announce the name lithium-ion and tell you why it's only in the hands of the best batteries!
A few years ago, high-capacity batteries were used in mobile phones, which, as it were, had "memory". This means that if you let the battery reach 50% of its charging capacity and then charge it, it will think that the battery is completely empty at 50% of its capacity. Many of us remember how quickly the cell phone battery seemed to run out of battery (Ni-Cad).
If you have a nickel-cadmium or nickel-metal hydride battery, discharge the battery completely before charging it so that it has the correct memory settings. Lithium-ion batteries have no "memory effect". This means that when the battery is 80% or completely empty, you can charge the phone without damaging the battery.
This type of battery will also not be damaged if you use the phone while it is charging. Old phones that use old types of batteries will damage the battery if used while charging. This is no longer the case with newer phone batteries.
Another great feature of lithium batteries is their weight. We all remember heavy "brick" phones. Thanks to the new lithium-ion battery, today's phones are lighter than ever. These newer batteries contain a lot of shock while taking up very little space. Due to this technology, we have technological advancements such as the iPod and iPhone. Many of the hybrid vehicles on the road also use the same lithium-ion technology.
While lithium-ion is the best battery, there are still things that drain quickly. Vibrating your phone drains your battery very quickly, just like operating your phone on a 3G network. The backlight on the screen of your mobile device also drains the battery relatively quickly. People who search the internet or play games on their phones usually have a much shorter battery life because they drain the battery faster than most people.