One of the biggest problems of the current mobile technology is the general battery of the devices. Whether it’s a smartphone, a tablet or even a laptop, the battery life leaves a lot to be desired. This, added to the rapid degradation of the modules integrated into the cell itself, means that enjoying several hours of continuous use is little more than a miracle. Today we will discuss the question of when is the best time to charge the battery for better care of them.
If you make use of the fast charge when charging your device – worth the redundancy – or want to take care of the battery, we recommend you take a look at the article on how to take care of the batteries of the problems of fast charging.
What is the best percentage to charge the battery?
It is the question that we all ask when it comes to acquiring a new device, whatever the type. And is that although it is easy to answer, it is appropriate to qualify depending on the device in question, being variable in most cases.
The most advisable when charging a smartphone is to do it at a percentage not less than 20%, although the battery shows a higher performance. In the case of tablets and laptops, it is recommended to do it from 10%. This is due to the greater capacity of the batteries of laptops compared to mobile phones. Likewise, it is advisable to carry out a complete charge cycle at least once a month, or what is the same, to charge the devices from 0 to 100% in a single charge, in order to avoid the loss of capacity and to calibrate the percentages of the system. This process must be carried out sporadically and not continuously due to the impact caused in the cells of the battery due to the lack of charge or movement in the electrons.
It should be added that if we are going to stop using our smartphone or tablet for some time, it is best to remove the battery from them. In the event that this is not possible, we will have to leave the battery in question with a charge between 60 and 70%. As we have mentioned previously, leaving these without capacity can be counterproductive for optimal performance.