Nowadays, smartphones rocking the Market in different Prices, Sizes, Specs and lots more but the most popular, most purchased and most used smartphone now is the Android Smartphones. If you don’t agree with that just add a comment of the most popular and used smartphone after this post.
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I am an Android User and believes the smartphone running on Android OS is still the best so far. These Android smartphones are made of different specs and of different battery life but all the way we still need to know how to save our battery life for a longer-lasting period.
Now it’s no secret that Smartphones do consume battery, some having almost embarrassing screen-on-tome. Those smartphones with luscious AMOLED and LCD screens are an obvious drain on your battery life. With this and what has gained so far using Android smartphone, I would like to present to you the tips have applied so far to save my Android device battery life.
Switch to Dark Mode
Unless your device has an OLED or AMOLED display, dark mode isn’t much of a power saver. Despite the fact that most older phones feature LCD panels, Samsung, OnePlus, and Google’s flagship phones have switched to this newer display technology.
You can save battery life if your phone has an OLED or AMOLED display because the phone actually turns off the pixels that are displaying black. This might save you up to an hour of battery life. In Android Pie or Android 10, you can turn on dark mode by clicking on the settings icon in the phone’s pulldown shade, or by going to the display settings on the phone. Even if you’ve reached this point, there are still a number of apps that have their own dark mode hidden in settings. Just play around the display settings and switch on the dark mode.
Use of Dark Coloured Launcher/Themes/Wallpaper
I noticed when I used bright wallpaper or bright launcher themes there is an increase in how my phone battery gets drained off. AMOLED screens also illuminate coloured pixels when using bright wallpapers or themes. Blacks pixels are unlit and the more black pixels in a pics the darker the pixels, then the less battery you need to light them up. So the more you use dark launcher/themes/wallpaper on your Android device the more your battery life is further prolonged.
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