Misunderstandings about charging new mobile phones
Many people think that the first three times a new mobile phone has just been bought, it needs to be charged for more than 12 hours, so as to ensure the longest battery life. In fact, this concept is outdated. The so-called charging for 12 hours to activate the battery is for Ni-MH batteries, and most of the current smartphones on the market use lithium batteries. Lithium batteries don't need to be activated, and they don't use memory functions, so they can be charged and used at any time.
The new mobile phone can use a low power alarm for the first three times. Use the original direct charging to fully charge the mobile phone when it is turned on, and then charge it for an extra hour. This is recommended considering the error of charging control, and it is not necessary to charge for 12 hours.
Many people like to charge their mobile phones before going to bed. In fact, this will cause the mobile phone to charge too long, which will cause some damage to the mobile phone battery. In addition, in many areas, the night voltage is relatively high and fluctuates greatly, which has no positive effect on the maintenance of battery life.
At present, the general smartphones on the market can be charged, used, and stopped at any time. Don't wait for the phone to automatically shut down after a completely dead battery before recharging, as this will cause great damage to the battery. After the battery is fully charged, it can continue to charge for 15-30 minutes, which is no use filling too much.
In fact, the current smartphones use lightweight phone battery packs, which are not as fragile as everyone thinks. When the phone battery is fully charged, it will automatically cut off the charging power to avoid overloading and overcharging, so there is no need to worry about damage to the phone’s battery. No need to get up in the middle of the night to unplug the power.
Of course, it should be noted that the mobile phone charger used must be a regular charger, preferably an original charger. Some counterfeit or mismatched chargers should not be used to charge the phone at night to prevent the poor quality of the charger, which may cause the charger to burn and damage the phone.
The above information is provided by Great Power, a professional lithium-ion battery supplier in China.