Wireless charging, also known as inductive charging uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy from a platter or charging pad to your device. All you need to do is set your smartphone on the charging station, and your device will be charged. Read more…
February 2nd, 2017
by Quertime Writer in Mobile
We want unlimited battery timing, but unfortunately, the feature is not available yet. For now, we will have to make ourselves content with what we have, but the problem is we don’t want to charge our mobiles again and again, and we are always looking for ways using which we can extend the battery timing of our mobiles. One thing is certain that the battery timing can be extended using certain tricks, but, it is not clear yet how much extra timing we can get.
It also depends on your mobile phone: many mobiles with heavy processors consume more energy than those with low processing speed, and if we use the same tricks of battery saving in these two mobiles, the results will certainly be different. However, what is highly important is that how you can extend the battery of your mobile and here is a list of 15 proven tips that you can use to extend the battery of your Android phone. Read more…
August 1st, 2018
by Quertime Writer in Mobile
Of all the argh-worthy things in the world, the ‘Low battery power” notification on our phone’s screen certainly ranks among the very top. As more and more sophisticated smartphones are making their way into the market, their advanced features are sucking the life out the phone batteries faster than you can imagine. And this draining out of the battery life has led to the batteries not lasting beyond a few months.
However, if you are led to believe that your smartphone’s battery life is something you have no leverage over, you are misguided. While we, as users’ may not double or triple the battery lives up, but we can certainly make sure that we don’t let it drain out on tasks that don’t command many resources. Read more…
July 2nd, 2018
by Jules, Quertime Editorial in Mobile
These days, smartphones like iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S and Blackberry can be seen everywhere. The reason to own a smartphone is obvious, it has a wide range of capabilities and functionalities to perform almost any tasks you can imagine. Thanks to the hundreds of thousands of mobile apps available on the Apple’s App Store and Android’s Google Play.
While we enjoy the ease and convenience the smartphones bring to us, they seem to have one common drawback: short battery life. Most of the smartphones’ battery can only last for 1 or 2 days, and it’s obviously insufficient. While engineers are still exploring new ways to improve both the battery life and battery lifespan, we should acquaint ourselves with some basic battery-saving knowledge. Here are 13 proven and effective tips you can use to save and prolong your smartphone’s battery. Read more…