How to improve Battery Life on Samsung Galaxy S10

Google is now mainly focused on AI (Artificial Intelligence). The machine learning system is the future of software improvement and development. Now, coming to the Android-powered devices are also coming with AI enhancements. While Google Pixel smartphones come with built-in AI features, some other AOSP based Android smartphones are also capable. The new Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with hidden features that can be useful. The adaptive battery option is one of them and you can improve battery life on Samsung Galaxy S10.

The latest One UI based on Android 9 Pie comes with recently launched Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e out-of-the-box. While the adaptive battery and brightness one of the core features of Android Pie, Samsung has disabled it. The Adaptive Battery uses machine learning technology which manages background running apps and tasks to prevent battery drainage.

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Thanks to the Samsung that the option is still there and you can turn it on easily without any extra effort.

Advantages of Enabling Adaptive Battery

The Android Pie is developed for the smarter and smoother user experience based on power efficiency and machine learning technology. The Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Brightness both are significantly capable of saving the battery juice. Both the features running actively in the background without any extra space or RAM management. All the unused and higher CPU or RAM consuming apps or tasks can be controlled easily.

Meanwhile, most of us some times use a few apps and you never use them again or use them very rarely. But you don’t want to uninstall or disable those apps normally. If you don’t use your Android device for a day still, your device battery drains quickly.

That’s why Apple devices come with very decent or average battery power but they last for quite longer than any Android device during standby. Because Apple typically prevents apps and other tasks to run in the background. Here is why the deep sleep battery saving mode comes in handy most of the time.

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If still, you think that Adaptive Battery mode won’t work as expected, you can turn it on for once and use it for a week.

How to Enable Adaptive Battery on Galaxy Devices

Samsung didn’t enable this feature by default on the Galaxy S10 out-of-the-box. But you can turn it on by yourself from the device settings.

How to improve Battery Life on Samsung Galaxy S10
Device-Care (Credit: GadgetHacks)
  • In order to start the battery saver option, go to the device Settings menu > select Device Care.
  • Tap on the Battery icon > select Power mode > keep it Optimized.
  • Then turn on the Adaptive power saving toggle.
  • Optional: You can reboot your device after doing this to start the effect immediately.
How to improve Battery Life on Samsung Galaxy S10
Battery-Saver (Credit: GadgetHacks)

Set Standby Apps Mode

If you want to turn on the device apps in standby mode according to your usage pattern, you need to follow the below steps.

  • Go to device Settings > enable Developer options.
  • Now, head over to the Standby apps option.
How to improve Battery Life on Samsung Galaxy S10
Standby-Apps (Credit: GadgetHacks)
  • You’ll see a list of all apps. Choose the apps which you use very rarely.
  • Tap on the app(s) individually and select the RARE option from the prompt.
  • You’re done. Enjoy!

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Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta

Love to explore the world of smartphones and gadgets. Focused on latest and upcoming tech news, Android news, ROMs, tips, guides, leaks, and reports. Love Android and Windows Phones but addicted to Android OS from Android Gingerbread version till now. Foody and music lover.

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