Just like any other smartphone, Huawei phones also run on Lithium-ion batteries that support the phone and provides it the power to run all of the hardware components including display, SoC, and power up the entire software system for you to interact with.
However, at a point, the phone’s battery will run out of juice. In that condition, your phone will alert you when it’s running out of power. In that situation, you will just plug the USB cable into it and start charging, that’s all we do right? Yes, it’s true because it will help to prevent the phone from turning off automatically when the power runs out.
Yet there are still some things or precautions that you should know about and may help you to keep your phone’s charging capability long-lasting and faster.
- Charging your phone with a standard adapter and USB cable that came with your device. Using other chargers or USB cables may cause repeated restarts, and slow charging, overheating, or other unwanted effects.
- Your phone will automatically run a safety check when a charger or other device is connected to the USB port. If moisture is detected in the USB port, your phone will automatically activate safety measures and stop charging. Disconnect your phone from the USB port and wait until the USB port is dry.
- The time required to fully charge the battery depends on the ambient temperature and age of the battery.
- Batteries have a limited number of charge cycles. When the battery life becomes noticeably shorter, go to an authorized Huawei Customer Service Center to replace the battery.
- Do not cover your phone or charger during charging.
- Your phone may heat up when you have been using it for an extended period of time, especially in high temperatures. In this case, stop charging, disable some features, and move your phone to a cool place.
- Please do not use your phone while it is charging.
- If your phone does not respond after you press and hold the Power button, the battery may have run out. Charge for 10 minutes and then power it on.