Just wondering. Your thoughts appreciated!
I know, it's a hot summer day. And so it shouldn't be a surprise that my smartphone is hot after leaving it on the charger for 15 minutes.
But it never got hot on my old smartphone, which is seven years old now, and still has standby mode lifetime of eight days, and 'heavy use' lifespan of almost eight hours. And I haven't replaced the battery on that one since I bought it seven years ago. And it certainly hasn't been left on standby at 40% the entire time – it's been on and connected almost constantly! (Exception: the few times I had to reboot it.)
So why is it that suddenly batteries seem unable to have the same sort of lifespan they did back then, that posts like these are now more than I care to mention? Why do newer batteries seem to 'age' and 'explode' faster, so that extending lifespan suddenly becomes a big issue?
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