Google Pixel and Pixel XL Tips To Extend Battery Life

It seems these days with that improved, more efficient, faster and multitasking smartphones are making our lives a little easier. We do not longer depend on a computer or a laptop to send emails, browsing the internet, doing business or even playing.

Hence, in theory, we don't even need flashlights anymore. However, there is always that one little problem about smartphones and it's not even the size of the screen, but its battery life. We all know that Google's New Pixel phone comes with new features and battery life is really a big deal to mobile owners.

So, here is some helpful list to consider how to extend your Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.

Use Quick Charge plug Google's Pixel smartphones come with a fast-charging power adaptor in the box. This works with the Quick Charge 3.0 technology delivering 18w of power down its USB-C cable, which is much more powerful than regular chargers. Keep in mind that using other adapters or chargers will see it charge more slowly, according to IBT Times.

Turn on the power saving mode. For most devices, all you have to do is swipe downward from the top of the screen to bring up a menu. Turn off WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS if you are not using them.

Adjust your display setting, also one of very useful ways to extend your battery life. Just go to Settings App, tap Display, and allow your phone to sleep for 15-20 seconds

Choose any static images instead of live wallpapers for both home and lock screen, You can also lower down the brightness of your screen. Simply open Settings, tap Display, and switch on Adaptive Brightness.

Switch on Battery Saver mode,to make your batter preserve more power,It will automatically turn on and limits you to use applications like Google maps, messaging, mobile data and WiFi. Just open Quick Settings and click on BatterSaverSwitch On or Off. 

The XL never failed to get me through a full day of regular use, with a typical day getting me 14 to 16 hours off the charger with 4.5 to 5 hours of screen on time. That's with mixed use across LTE and Wi-Fi and approaches what I've gotten out of the Galaxy S7 edge earlier in the year.

Unremarkable for a high-end Android phone perhaps, but the major difference critics noticed with the Pixel XL was how it weathered heavy use that much better than many rivals, mentioned from Android Central. You can try all of these options together to improve your battery life.

However, if it doesn't work as much as you need, consider replacing your battery and take good care of the new one now that you know these tips!

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