Android devices are smart mobile devices. They’re actually mini computers more portable than netbooks or laptops. But, their power requirements aren’t as mini as we’d hoped them to be. Many Android users frequently bewail the battery life of many Android devices. Yet, used in moderation — and, with energy-saving habits practiced by the user — an Android tablet’s or phone’s battery life can last longer than originally intended. How do you make your battery last longer so you can use your device longer? In this article, read about tips and tricks to increase Android battery life for your phone or…
The first fiscal quarter of 2013 has not ended yet, but we already have a good idea what phones will be battling it out throughout the year for the Android crown.
Imagine getting 3,200 mAh of capacity out of something the size of a 2,000 mAh battery. That’s exactly what Hitachi Maxell’s new battery technology could do.
Battery usage is an issue for many Android users. Fortunately the engineers at Texas Instruments have come up with a new chip which will reduce the re-charge time of future phones.
We’re pretty psyched about the IdeaPhone K900, the world’s fastest Intel-powered handheld to date, but that’s not all Lenovo has in store for us Android geeks. According to unconfirmed rumors, a mystery P780 smartphone is also in the works.
There are plenty of things we can do to mitigate the drain on our devices. Some of them require little to no work on our part, while others are a stopgap for those inevitable times our batteries just plain run out. Whether it’s a change to your device from the ground up or a simple app from the Play Store, we’ll go over some good ways to make your battery last.
The LG Optimus G Pro is back in the fight for supremacy after falling off the radar for a while. And it has at least two aces up its sleeve: the 5.5-inch Full HD screen and the humongous 3,150 mAh battery.
The HTC One showed incredible promise in battery endurance tests conducted by Expert Reviews, lasting an impressive 8 hours 32 minutes of video playback
Remember how freaked out we were of HTC Droid DNA’s apparently meager 2,020 mAh battery at first? And how we thought the 5-inch Full HD panel, quad-core Krait CPU and 2 GB of RAM will squeeze the juice out of that “ticker” in no time?
After releasing the Android 4.2.2 update, Google has changed the Nexus 7 product page too, listing 10 hours under battery life instead of the previous 8 hours.