After the immense success of Samsung Galaxy S3, South Korean tech giant released its successor, the Samsung Galaxy S4, last March. Samsung Galaxy S4 quickly became one of the high end smartphones in the market.
Samsung Galaxy S4 boasts of a 5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen display; quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A15 and quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7; 4.2.2 version of Android Jelly Bean; 16GB, 32GB or 64GB variants with expandable storage up to 64GB via microSD slot; 13MP rear shooter with dual shot feature; and generous 2600mAh battery capacity.
Major carriers are offering the device at an affordable price bounded with a two-year contract. An unlocked version of Samsung Galaxy S4 costs over $600 but prices are definitely lowered under a contract of a mobile carrier. However, as another Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone will arrive very soon, many deals and discounts emerged online.
Below are the top five tips on how Samsung Galaxy S4 users can prolong the battery life of their handset.
Few Home Screen Widgets - One way to maximize the battery life of your Samsung Galaxy S4 is to keep the home screen widgets very few. This is because live widgets take a lot of battery.
Turn Off Extra Features When Not in Used - Users must turn off features like Bluetooth, GPS, Air View, Eye gestures when not in used as this can eat up the battery life.
Use Simple Wallpaper - colourful and live wallpapers hog Samsung Galaxy S4.
Turn On Power Saving Mode - This is the specially-designed power saving feature of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Minimize Display Brightness - It is better to manually set the brightness of the device to be able to control the screen brightness. If your screen display is automatically adjusted, the device based the screen brightness on your surroundings.
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