No, Overnight Charging Does Not Kill Your Phone: All Battery Myths Busted Here

All phone battery myths were busted here

The battery is one, no waiting, this is the essential part of any phone. A battery is like a heart that pumps life into the system. A fixed amount of charge keeps your battery on, but what happens when you leave it on the charge overnight? There are many stories - some truths and nothing else - about how you treat your phone's battery. Many brains, including many intellectuals, feel that leaving your phone overnight in charging can drain your battery or the phone may explode.


No, overnight charging does not kill your phone: All battery myths busted here




Arguing that overcharging your phone may explode, this is the result of the famous 7Debbeck that happened a few years ago. The device was plugged in flames when plugged in charging. But we should not forget that Samsung itself identified faulty batteries as the reason behind all the blasts.

Charging your phone can reduce battery life, but certainly can not cause explosions. There should be some other reason for this.

There are some other popular assumptions around the phone's battery that leaving your battery under the direct sun can increase its life expectancy or you should only charge your phone after showing the battery indicator 0 percent. So how accurate is this battery information? Is there some truth in them or are they just myths like many other myths already? let's find out:

1. No, overcharging your phone will not eliminate your battery, but better to avoid it


One reason is that the smartphone is called 'smart phone'. In many other reasons, one is that it is aware that when the battery has been charged 100 percent and it has been removed from charging it further. There is an integrated chip that prevents overcharging of your phone.

So what happens when you leave your phone to charge overnight? Battery is charged 100% every time, 99 percent hits. It can heat up your phone which reduces the life of your phone. Therefore it is advisable to stop overcharging your phone.

2. You never freeze your phone's battery


A report from Batteryuniversity states that lithium-ion batteries can not be charged under 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Frequent charging of the phone under freezing temperature can be the platings of metallic lithium on the anode. This plating becomes permanent and can not be removed. This will also reduce battery life.

3. Never charge your phone's battery below 0 percent, before charging it


A popular myth is that you should charge your phone only when it is completely closed. But very few of us know that it actually kills your phone's battery. Lithium-ion batteries do not wear out faster if they get out to 0 percent. When it shows 30 to 40 percent, it is advisable to charge your phone in charging.

4. Memory does not develop with lithium battery


This problem was in nickel-cadmium battery but the new lithium-ion battery does not have this problem.


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