How long does a smartphone battery last on average: goo smartphone section

Questioner: You seem to hate smartphones Gender: Female Age: 40s Prefecture: Osaka

Carrier: docomo Model name: ALCATEL ONETOUCH IDOL 2S

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Last week I switched from a flip phone to an AEON smartphone (ALCATEL ONETOUCH IDOL 2S). I thought the battery life was too short, so I consulted.

Battery at 100% at 8:00 in the morning becomes 0 at 16:00.

In the meantime, I made LINE calls for a few minutes (10% battery consumption) 3 times, searched the Internet several times, and took pictures for about 15 minutes.

Charging via USB takes a day.

When I called the AEON Smartphone Security Center, I was instructed to contact the model service center, and when I contacted them, I was told that this could happen if the usage is rough.

I tried to close the apps I no longer needed immediately, and asked about the low power settings on the phone, and changed the settings again, but I think it's still early.

The person at the service center told me to call the safety center, and when I said that I couldn't understand that it would cost to replace it even though I just bought it, I was told to purchase an additional battery at a mass retailer, and I wondered if everyone was like that. When you hear it, the words are clouded. When I asked about the exchange, I was told something was wrong, and after all, I was told to wait a while longer.

Is an AEON smartphone normal even if it doesn't last even a day?

This will interfere with my work.

For those of you who use AEON smartphones, how do you manage the remaining battery life and how long does it last?

Even after a year has passed since the support period has passed, won't the battery life be shorter than it is now?

Question date: 2015/02/09

Bourbon has the answer!

Answer date: 2015/02/10 16:12

Hello, this is Bourbon.

Thank you for your question.

Smartphone battery life is average How long is it: goo smartphone section

You may be surprised at the battery consumption when you change the model from a flip phone to a smartphone.

The questions are summarized below, so please check them.

About the battery

Compared to Garake, the screen size is large, and the use of apps consumes the battery accordingly.

Battery life varies depending on how you use it, and we do not have data such as average values.

However, looking only at the usage history described in your question, it feels like the battery is depleting quickly...

In the first place, the brightness of the display is high as the cause of the decrease in the battery, and if the lighting (display) time is long, the battery will be consumed easily.

However, if you don't have much time to use it, the operation of your smartphone may not be stable.

When the battery is low to some extent, turn off the power of the smartphone, remove the battery, and then recharge it.

This will stabilize the operation of the smartphone and may slow down the battery consumption.

Also, if you always have GPS or Wi-Fi on, make sure to turn them off when not in use.

If it is ON, it will try to catch radio waves even when not in use, which will lead to battery consumption.

About charging

> It takes a day to charge with USB.

It is unthinkable that it takes a day to recharge with normal charging.

You say via USB, where is the USB cable connected?

If it is a PC USB port, the power supplied from that USB port may be weak.

We recommend charging via an AC adapter if possible.

Also, are you operating your smartphone while charging?

If you use your smartphone while it is charging, it will be in a state of discharging electricity while supplying power, so it will be difficult to charge.

It also leads to faster battery life.

Avoid using apps that drain the battery when charging as much as possible.

As mentioned above, if there is no improvement even after restarting, removing and inserting the battery, and charging with AC power, please contact the center and ask them to inspect the device. is recommended.

Sorry for not giving you a clear answer.

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