The HTC Inspire is one of the latest feature packed smart phones currently out. One issue, however, is the default 1230mAh battery, which provides an advertised talk time of approximately 6 hours. 1230 mAh will never be enough to keep your mobile device powered for your entire day.
Of all the new 4G smart phones on the market for 2011, the Android-powered HTC Inspire is one the most exciting. It’s also one of the biggest, and perhaps its most alluring feature is that large, gorgeous 4.3-inch capacitive touch screen. HTC even markets a wide range of accessories for the sole purpose of protecting that screen, and many people may want to opt for the maximum protection of a holster. The HTC Inspire, however, is not a perfect device, and one of the most common complaints is that the included battery is only 1230mAh, which amounts to at least 6 hours of talk time, which simply isn’t enough for the modern user.
An easy and obvious solution is to purchase an extended battery but this article will examine different solutions for you. If you decide to upgrade the battery later, you can still put these power-saving techniques to use. The screen is one of the major battery drainers of any smart phone. That is why the brightness levels have to be dropped. By default, brightness is maxed, and they do this so that the phone looks amazing when the salesperson is trying to sell you on it. But you don’t need that much light, and if you turn it down to the point where it still looks good to you, you’ll save a lot of power.
Smart phones tend to come with apps preinstalled. Although that is not an issue, some of the applications run as services which will turn on or run whenever your mobile device is turned on. Perhaps the best way to get rid of everything is to set your phone to its default or factory state, and that way you’ll know each app on the phone because you’ll have to put them there.
You can also change your charging methods to make a difference for the better. The wall charger include in the box is good, but you may want to invest in a high-quality wall charger. Also be sure to place your mobile device on a good charging cycle so that you can maximize your efficiency.
Playing videos and using other resource-intensive capabilities drain a lot of power. Also, web browsing can also be very resource intensive and can also quickly drain your battery. Keep a charger around if you are required to be on the internet for long periods of time.