Samsung Galaxy S4 was reported suffering from overheating issues after several weeks of release which can be solved in variety of ways. However, new information revealed that the smartphone is also having severe battery problems such as swelling and unable to hold charge.
New Technical Issue of Galaxy S4
Six months after its official release, Galaxy S4 received numerous complaints by owners regarding its overheating problem in the camera area and display which can be fixed in several ways. Unfortunately, the flagship smartphone of Samsung gets new complaints and this time, its own battery pack.
According to the German Web site MobilFlip, one of their trusted source works at an operator which revealed that they are getting a lot of technical support requests about Galaxy S4's battery pack.
Around 30 per cent of the Galaxy S4 that were sold experience issues with the battery pack and in includes swelling and unable to sustain charge for long. Swelling and the decreased hold for charging may endanger owners due to the unpredictable activity which may happen and it includes explosion.
Solution on the Battery Problem
Battery performance decreases overtime which is considered normal and usually happens at least after a year. But in the case of Galaxy S4, a technical problem might be happening on the manufacturing of the battery pack.
The good news is, Galaxy S4 has a removable battery which can be easily replaced if any battery performance bugs the owner. Owners with the 30 per cent population of Galaxy S4 users may need to have the faulty battery replaced soon to where the device was purchased.
Around the Globe
Samsung Galaxy S4's battery problem to 30 per cent of its users isn't limited to a single country and it is possible that the issues spread due to poor quality assurance on particular batches of batteries being shipped.
It is expected that Samsung will take a look into the problem and help Galaxy S4 users to solve the faulty battery packs.
Battery Caring Tips
Many factors may affect smartphone batteries to degrade and sometimes, owners themselves cause the problem. Here are some battery caring tips you should do for your mobile device.
1. Avoid placing the device on a surface with direct sunlight.
2. Never leave your device inside a car especially in a hot weather.
3. It is better to place the device in a cool and well-ventilated area.
4. Do not overcharge you smartphone frequently.
5. If overheating strikes, turn off the mobile device then remove the battery and wait till it cools down.
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