The autonomy is always an important point when deciding on one phone or another. Our brain can not stop thinking about that day when we literally shit on our damn cell phone when it went off in the middle of a super important conversation. Or when we run out of battery in the afternoon because last night we did not put the phone to charge.
That USB port, prime energy receiver, that makes us slaves of the first plug that we caught by the band. All in order to give life to our incredible smartphone, which without the “primordial juice” is nothing more than a very expensive paperweight. And with a paperweight, you can not play the PUBG or the Angry Birds? No friend, no. And in addition, the Angry Birds is already more finished than the floppy disk 15 years ago.
Even if we have a Huawei P20 Pro we are still depending on a cable and a plug, a power bank, or a wireless charger if we put ourselves in a sybarite plan. The battery is the heart that pumps the blood that flows through your Android or your Windows Phone, and no matter how gifted your brain is, palms even if the scarlet liquid does not flow through your veins.
That is why the mobile phone manufacturers try to exploit this advantage to the maximum. A good battery frees you from many problems. Who would not want a more powerful battery? The thing is that more battery is not always the same as more autonomy.
You have to take into account the size of the screen, the consumption of the processor, the quality of the materials and something as ethereal as the software that will accompany that battery. In any case, usually, as long as no excesses are committed in the factors mentioned in the previous sentence-we can say that it is a fairly reliable equation. More battery = More autonomy. OKAY. We accept “octopus” as a pet.
Even so, even if we take this rule, as a rule, I will continue thinking that mobile phones with a large battery are not for everyone .And much less for me. They offer greater autonomy, but the disadvantages they bring in other ways make it not worthwhile on a day-to-day basis.
Okay, let’s talk about the elephant in the garage. Weight. The lithium batteries of today are what they are, and if you want to offer more milliamps your battery will weigh more. There is no turning of the page (at least until the technology does not advance significantly).
For practical purposes, this means that if you have a 5000mAh or 6000mAh phone it will weigh a lot. More than 200 grams safe. And of course, it will be noticeably noticeable when you go out and carry it in your pocket.
Here the solution may be to always carry the phone in your purse, but it is not just that. A heavy phone is always going to be harder to handle with one hand, and you’ll also get tired sooner.
And you can already have a rugged phone because the “blunt” phones tend to have a greater tendency to fall or slip from your hands in a bad gesture. I have been using a smartphone for 2 weeks that weighs 233 grams and I have already dropped it 2 times. And I do not know how he does it, but every time I leave him on the sofa, he ends up sliding under his own weight until he ends up on the floor. What a snake!
Right now I’m thinking of recovering some of my old phones, which, although they are less powerful, are much lighter. So, in addition, I can also go outside without looking like I carry a gold ingot in my jacket pocket. We’ll see what happens.