1. xdan504x's Avatar
    Recently I read a few online articles about maximizing battery life for cell phones.

    Most of them said to avoid wireless charging. The reason being that wireless charging tends to heat up the battery, which minimizes it's life cycle. I'm not a chemist by any sort of the word, but it makes sense that if a battery runs hotter than normal, it will somehow begin to deteriorate the lithium ions in the battery itself.

    Thoughts?
    02-12-14 12:39 PM
  2. Jimberry Storm's Avatar
    Also curious about this, as I have heard conflicting schools of thought on the best way to get the best battery life.
    02-12-14 12:42 PM
  3. howards's Avatar
    That's the main reason I returned my Tylt Vue. The back of the phone was getting warm when using the wireless charger. If the Z30 had a removable battery that wouldn't concern me, but since it's not I didn't want to do anything that could shorten or degrade battery life.

    Bottom line is if you want convenience and don't care a lot about battery degradation, then wireless charging is great.

    Z30 / STA 100-3 / 10.2.1.1259
    02-12-14 12:51 PM

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