Do’s & Don’t of Using a Phone while on Charge

don'ts of using a phone while on charge

Many people keep talking on their mobile phones even when the device is on a charge. It is not good to do that as your phone may blast or lead to other mishaps. Hence, it would be good to know some basics of using a mobile phone while on a charge. Read on!

All batteries of mobile phones come with an expiry date, and it must be replaced to ensure the longevity of your device. Hence, charging habits of a mobile phone as well as the chargers that you use play a vital role. 

For example, leaving your mobile phone on charge throughout the night will surely hurt the battery health. On the other hand, it is also bad to use low-quality chargers as it’s dangerous for your phone and battery. 

Have a look at some mistakes that you must avoid while charging your Android mobile under 10000 and beyond. 

It should be your duty to ensure that you charge your phone with its own charger. Unlike notebooks, mobile phones come with a universal charging interface – the micro USB port. Nonetheless, if the charger you use does not match the original, then it will affect the performance of your battery, its capacity to store charge and overall life. 

  • Keep away from low-quality chargers from unknown companies

Many times, people take up chargers of inferior quality to charge their phones. It is dangerous to do that as they do not include any safety procedures to safeguard you from any overcharging and other issues. You should know that adaptor change may also lead to permanent damage to your Redmi smartphones under 10000 and more.     

  • Fast chargers are not always the best options

Nowadays, there is a flood of smartphones that come with fast charging facility, but it is not still the best option. It is because the process needs a higher amount of voltage to be sent to the battery of your phone – leading to a rapid rise in the temperature. Hence, it should be your duty to opt for a normal charging cycle, if your phone comes with the option in its settings. If you see your battery heating up abnormally, then you should immediately keep the power button pressed for a few seconds till the display is off. Let it cool down and return to the standard temperature before switching on your device. 

  • Don’t leave your phone charging through the night

You should also ensure to not leaving your smartphone charging via the night. Overcharging of any device such as laptops and smartphones are bad for their health. 

If you want to buy a phone that comes with better battery management, then here are a few options to go for. Have a look: 

  • Redmi Note 7s

  • 3 GB RAM + 32 GB ROM, expandable up to 256 GB
  • 6.3 inch FHD+ DotNotch display
  • 48MP + 5MP dual rear camera
  • 13MP front camera
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 AIE processor
  • Splash Proof – protected by P2i
  • Quick Charge 4.0 support
  • 4000mAh battery

Price – Rs.10,000. 

  • Redmi Y3

  • 3 GB RAM + 32 GB ROM, expandable up to 512 GB
  • 6.26 inch HD+ DotNotch display
  • 12MP + 2MP dual rear camera
  • 32MP front camera
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor
  • 4000mAh battery

Price – Rs.9,300. 

You can also divide the price of these phones over a tenor and pay only fixed EMIs only on the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network in India.

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