Posts tagged battery

magnetyze-wall-charger-1

If you’re flying into or out of the United Kingdom, you’d better make sure your Android or iOS handset is fully charged. With the U.S. government recently announcing that all airline passengers with personal electronics devices will now be required to turn them on to prove that they work, the U.K.’s Department for Transport has announced that the same rules will now apply in the United Kingdom.

The new ruling follows reports that terrorists may be able to use phones and electronic devices as a conveyor of explosives that can get around current security checks.

KitKat-battery-percentage

Android devices, unfortunately, don’t ship with a battery percentage indicator enabled by default and this can prove to be an issue for a number of people who need to know exactly how much juice their smartphone has on call throughout the day.

Many turn to installing third-party applications to arm themselves with this information. However, they don’t need to. There’s actually a battery meter hidden within the operating system’s settings and it’s super easy to activate.

G-Watch-water-resistant

LG’s upcoming G Watch will be one of a small few smartwatches that never goes to sleep, the Korean company has teased on its website. The device’s “always-on” display will allow users to view the time, weather, and incoming notifications without having to wake it up first.

OnePlus One

Chinese OEM OnePlus has been slowly revealing key details about its upcoming handset — the OnePlus One. It has already confirmed that the handset would be coming sometime in June this year for a price of under $400. Today, the company has revealed vital information about the chipset being used and the battery capacity of its upcoming flagship as well.

cpu-z-android

CPU-Z made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in 2013 and has been recognized as the most reliable, fluid, user-friendly, streamlined, diverse and feature-packed third-party system analysis tool ever since. So, consequently, we here at Cult of Android have decided to bring this application its very own review as part of our weekly ‘App Of The Week’ segment.

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