Underneath We’ll Get Into A Portion Of Arrangements on How To Fix Battery Issues Battery Usage Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+:
The Samsung Galaxy S9 makes it one stride further. The most extreme screen resolution on the Samsung Galaxy S9 is 2,960×1,440 pixels (otherwise called WQHD+). You have the freedom to modify the resolution of your phone screen, to preserve battery life. The screen resolution can be brought down to 1,480×720 pixels, which still falls under the HD classification.
The new Samsung Galaxy S9 device has not had any outline upgrades from its predecessors. Your fresh out of the plastic new Samsung Galaxy S9 will convey a similar edge to edge innovation with WQHD+ super AMOLED Infinity displays.
The back panel has had a few changes made. A finger sensor has been placed beneath the camera. The Samsung Galaxy S9 accompanies another Intelligent Scan Technology. It comprises of a bio-metric feature that makes utilization of your face and iris to open / unlock the phone. This should likewise be possible in testing lighting conditions like in entire haziness or even under serious daylight. This could turn out to be a distinct advantage of the smartphone.
This info outlines potential causes of battery issues
Battery life definitions:
“Talk” time is based on continuous voice only usage (not including Bluetooth), without any data, advanced features or messaging.
Standby” time is based on the length of time a device stays powered on (starting with a fully charged battery) without any voice, data, advanced features or messaging usage.
Note Factors that impact battery life:
Signal strength, coverage and signal type:
Switching between 4G LTE, EVDO and 1XRTT
Switching between Verizon Wireless and Extended Network
Wi-Fi / Mobile Hotspot
Ensure a manufacturer approved battery is being used.
Lack of use
Non-voice services usage:
GPS (e.g. VZ Navigator, Google Maps, LBS apps)
Push To Talk
Sync Services (e.g., email, social network apps)
Messaging (TXT/PIX/FLIX/Mobile IM/email)
Apps running in the background
Note Factors that impact charging:
Ensure a manufacturer approved (included inbox) or Verizon-approved battery charger and USB charger cable are being used.
Note All tablets and certain smartphones use 2.0 Amp battery chargers.
Use only the charger included in-box, or a VZW-approved 2.0 Amp battery charger.
Attempting to charge these devices with a 1.0 Amp charger may be ineffective or extend the amount of time needed to fully charge the device.
Note If your device included a rapid charger, use of any other charger increases charging time.
Note If using a wireless charger, ensure that it is Qi certified and marked with this logo by the Wireless Power Consortium: Qi logo
If using a wireless charger:
Ensure the charging plate is plugged in.
Align the device on charging plate until both the device and charging plate indicate it’s charging.
Note If the device does not indicate it’s charging, remove any possible obstructions (e.g., pillow, cover, etc.).
The device should be left on the charger for at least 1 minute to ensure device is charging properly.
Don’t rely on the vehicle power adapter or a USB cable-to-computer as the primary means of charging the device.
Note The vehicle power adapter is meant to be a temporary low battery level solution until the device can be properly charged.
Note USB Cables are primarily designed for data transfer and USB ports often don’t provide enough power to properly charge the device.
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