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Smartphone Battery Charges faster in Airplane mode

Smartphone Battery Charges faster in Airplane mode



Smartphone Battery Charges faster in Airplane mode  - Today the use of Smartphone is common on each hand starting from youths to oldies. The study says that an average American spends 4.7 hours a day on Smartphone. When battery gets lesser the user plugs his phone into a charger to replenish it. Many of them chat or browse internet when charging is under process. There exists a case where user switched off or put his phone on airplane mode at the time of charging.




Since charging time depends upon the activity going on with the smartphone at the time of charging. When your phone is On, it continuously tries to hold Cell Towers Signal and plot your location by GPS. As a result, battery is consumed a lot. So, on one side you are charging and other side you are draining your battery. Therefore, it will take more time to charge your battery completely.


Alternatively, when your phone is in regular mode, the running parts like touch screen, PDA, internal consume a bit of energy on their operation. When we talk about GPS positioning it will also consume battery in order to grasp the original location of user with coordinates on maps. Many of them chat or browse internet when charging is under process. There exists a case where user switched off or put his phone on airplane mode at the time of charging.


The Study says, charging your smartphones on airplane mode would be most appropriate. So that phone won't slow down the process by continually burning energy trying to connect with cell phone towers and plot your location with its GPS system. This recommended setting would definitely work.


When we compare both possible charging cases, the airplane charging mode would save minutes compare to active one. So, the concept behind smartphone battery charges faster in airplane mode is explained above.

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