Blog posts tagged with 'mobile phone battery'

Bigger Mobile Phone Battery Longer Battery Life? iPhone 6s (Plus) says “Not Exactly”

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

For most smartphone users, battery life is really a problem. No one is happy when his or her smartphone run out the battry during the game time or other emergency cases. So, most users want a bigger battery for a longer standby and playing time. But Is it really better if the smartphones equip with a larger battery? The new genration of iPhone - iPhone 6s/ iPhone 6s Plus says "Not exactly."

While iPhones have steadily gotten thinner and prettier through the years, many Apple fans have expressed an expectation for an iPhone that retains at least a little thickness. T

iPhone 6s battery

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Batteries in different generations of iPhone


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Battery Becomes the Biggest Obstacle to Mobile Phone Innovation? See How Manufacturers Solve This Problem.

Thursday, October 08, 2015

As we all know, battery provides the power to start a phone and run apps in the mobile phone. However, as cell phone technology has been developing with fruitful achievements, like dual-camera tech is used in more and more smartphones, CPU developments to deal with multitasks, larger-size smartphones of phonablet and bordless smart phones, the mobile phone’s configuration is stronger and the performance is better, the phone battery becomes the biggest obstacle to mobile phone innovation. A

Even the phone battery technique has improved a lot through the past generat

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USB Type-C will turn your phone into a battery pack to charge other phones

Monday, April 20, 2015

It was only mentioned in passing at the Google I/O developers conference, but Google announced the ability for smartphones running Android M with USB Type-C (Apple simply calls it USB-C) ports to recharge other smartphones. The potential here is enormous.

USB Type-C

Your phone's battery can be used like an external battery pack for other devices. With a two-way USB Type-C cable, you could quickly "lend" a friend's dying smartphone some quick power. Smartwatches could also adopt USB Type-C ports instead of using proprietary wireless charging dock

Obviously, it wouldn't make much sense to us


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