Smartphones are constant companions that most people rely on for both personal and professional use. Daily use covers anything from chatting on WhatsApp, playing games, watching videos to sending e-mails and connecting to social media. Busy lifestyles and heavy data usage mean that battery life is of the utmost importance.
To ensure you get the most out of your battery and device, Samsung’s enhanced multi-layer safety protocol was formalised and implements the strictest safety standards on every element of devices, including the overall design and materials used, device hardware strength and capabilities, and improved software algorithms for safer battery charging temperature, current and duration.
“Product quality is top priority at Samsung and the measurements that have been put in place ensure that the company has the safest smartphone in the market and remains the industry leader in battery safety. Our enhanced 8-Point Battery Safety Check addresses safety from the component level to the assembly and shipment of devices. Included in the check are enhanced tests (Durability Test, Visual Inspection, X-Ray Test, Disassembling Test and OCT Test), as well as newly applied measures which include Charge and Discharge Test, TVOC Test and Accelerated Usage Test,” says Craige Fleischer, Vice President of Integrated Mobility at Samsung Electronics South Africa.
If you aren’t aware of how best to care for and manage your battery, it could die on you when you need it most. Avoid this nightmare scenario with these three quick tips to maintaining your battery’s health: