The following are some quick and simple tips to improve your smartphones battery life!
Reduce the Screen Brightness
Phone screens consume a large amount of battery power, and the bigger screens and resolutions mean a larger power consumption. To minimize this, try reducing the smartphone's brightness, even slightly.
Reduce the use of Vibration Mode
Your phone requires more power to vibrate than it does to play sounds. Reducing the amount of vibrations the smartphone makes will increase its battery life.
Turn off Bluetooth, GPS and WiFi
When they are not in use, always switch off your Bluetooth, GPS and WiFi. For example, leaving your WiFi on allows it to continually search for more WiFi networks to connect to, draining battery.
Lock your Smartphone
Ensuring that you lock your phone's screen when it is not in use will help increase it's battery life. You can set the auto-lock feature on the minimum time to ensure the device locks automatically.
Turn off Auto-Updates
Applications on smartphones regularly receive updates from their developers, and turning off the Auto-Update feature will allow you to update the apps at an ideal time, such as when the phone is plugged in and charging, to avoid impact on the device's battery life.
Quit Unused Applications
When you are not using an app on your smartphone, try to remember to close it. When apps are left running in the background they can still continue to use up battery life.
Turn off Notifications
Your smartphone constantly gets notifications about the apps that are installed on the device, and the majority of these notifications are not needed. Turning off unneeded notifications will help to increase battery life.
Keep the Smartphone Cool
Leaving your smartphone in a warm or hot environment will cause the battery to run out faster. Try to keep the phone cool and don't leave it out in the sun. The hotter the phone, the harder it is working and the quicker the battery will run out.