Many smartphone users have a common gripe with their devices that is the battery life of the device. As smartphones grow in power and capability, their power consumption also increases, back in the day when mobile phones were not this smart, a single charge could serve you days in standby mode and many hours of talk time. However, that is no longer the case anymore, most power hungry smartphones of today will only last about 2 to 3 hours when running at full capacity and at times waiting for your device to recharge is just not an option. Yes smartphone manufacturers could slap in a huge battery at the back of their products, but that I am sure will not be aesthetically pleasing, we have come a far way from using bricks for phones. Some manufacturers have taken a different approach to solving this problem, they are introducing smartphones, which can be charged rather quickly a quick charging mechanism if you will. If your phone is equipped with such a feature, then if you can get to a spot where you can charge it, even for a little while, then you can get it back up to full power in no time.

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