Sometimes it happens that, having bought a new mobile device, the user begins to criticize its manufacturer for a low-quality battery. The main point of criticism is that it is quickly discharged.
Unfortunately, this is typical for many mobile phones. Especially for those assembled in China. Faking products for Western running phones, the Chinese specially equip them with cheap and weak batteries to reduce the cost of the product and sell it more successfully. Alas, it is almost impossible to fix something in the situation.
But if you carefully analyze the problem, sometimes you can find ways to improve the battery. Try to do it. First of all, pay special attention to what features of the phone you use most often. Leave on only those that you absolutely need. All the rest there is no need to keep in working mode, as they will “eat” the battery energy. Continue reading
There are currently several hundred mobile phone models on sale. But they all fundamentally differ from each other only in design, feature set and price. In the general case, the action is the same for them and the consumer just stupidly throws money away for functions that are unlikely to be regularly used in full. Photo: pixabay.com The ideal option is to purchase a device based on your needs. But here the tricky tariff system of cellular network owners comes into play, which, under various pretexts, forces us to pay for what we absolutely do not need.
According to some experts, a kind of dead end advertising business has formed: the more new models are praised, the less they are bought. And this is understandable, as the consumer begins to grow smart. As a result of this, mobile device manufacturers are beginning to grow wiser and adapt to consumer demands. Smartphones will look like legos or computers with open hardware configuration with hardware. Continue reading