If you are one of the thousands of people who regularly check your phone’s battery, you are probably wondering how much time your battery will last.
To find out, we have built an app that will allow you to estimate how long your phone will last based on the amount of time it has been charging.
In other words, you can set a limit to how long you want your phone to last.
The battery will gradually drain away at this rate, but if you exceed the limit, it will gradually start to die.
We also calculated how long the battery would last if you were charging it on the go.
If you have ever bought a smartphone that had a small battery, it was likely because you had to charge it every hour or so.
If this is true, then we can safely say that your smartphone will likely last about 4 hours of battery life.
As a result, if you are a frequent user of the internet, you should be able to keep your phone charging at least 4 hours per day.
We have included a screenshot of the app for you to use.
You can see the calculator works in Android and iOS, and there is also a Chrome extension that can run it on your web browser.
The app is not currently available for the iPhone, but we will be testing it on that device.
What’s a good battery life?
As a general rule, if your smartphone has a battery capacity of at least 40 per cent of its estimated capacity, it is likely to last for about 7 hours per charge.
If it is at least 50 per cent, it should last for 12 hours per recharge.
If the battery is more than 50 per per cent depleted, it can last for 20 hours per recharging.
For more detailed information on how long battery life should last, check out our battery life section.
Battery life in smartphones depends on many factors, including how fast your smartphone is charging, the time you spend charging it, how much data it uses, and whether or not you are using the phone for a video call or social networking.
If your phone is running low on battery, check your smartphone battery capacity.
This is an estimate based on how much charge your phone has, so it may not be 100 per cent accurate.
You might also want to check how many minutes you have left.
If battery capacity is low, you might want to consider replacing it.
A few apps that you can use to estimate battery life include the Battery Life Calculator from Microsoft Office, Battery Time from Microsoft Edge, and Battery Life Tracker from Microsoft OneNote.
What to do with your battery?
We have created an app called Battery Life to help you estimate how much battery life you will need for a typical day.
The Calculator will estimate how many hours of average smartphone use you need to be using a smartphone for every hour of average charge.
The calculator also uses various metrics to estimate your phone battery capacity based on your phone.
For example, if a smartphone is at 95 per cent battery, its estimated battery life will be 1 hour and 22 minutes.
If a smartphone’s capacity is at 90 per cent or less, the calculator will say you will use 1 hour 13 minutes of average usage.
When the calculator says you will be using 1 hour 12 minutes, you will likely have enough time to make a video calls or use social networking apps.
When you think about how much your phone could be using at any time, we would recommend getting a smartphone charger that can handle more charge than this.
The most important thing is to get your phone charged up fast, and charge it for as long as possible.
We recommend getting your phone fully charged within a day or two of buying it, as most of the batteries used in smartphones have been designed for very short-term use.
It is possible to use a smartphone with a small amount of charge, such as when you are out on the town or doing some light online browsing.
For most users, this is more important than a high battery capacity smartphone.
But if you use your phone for many hours at a time, or you do not use it for long periods of time, then you will probably want to think about getting a charger that allows you to charge your smartphone at least every day.