Many people think, by doing a number of ways that could be harmful or beneficial to your technological things. Starting with the use of batteries for smartphones.
It is legitimate to believe this. But efficiency experts don’t agree.
As quoted from the Listverse.com page, Wednesday (06/17/2020), the following four myths in the tech world you will never die:
1. Insert the battery in the refrigerator
After hours of playing Pokemon in Gameboy and the batteries are running out but there is no money to repurchase, children think that putting the batteries in the fridge can be recharged.
One of the children said: “The intense play session suddenly stopped when my game weakened. I felt defeated, I put my battery in the freezer even though it didn’t work.”
Not surprisingly, this did not work. Indeed: putting your batteries in the freezer actually shortens their shelf life. This is due to the low temperature of the battery and when removed from the freezer, the temperature will rise quickly. Some sources claim that this can lead to a battery explosion, while others call for a sudden temperature change which leads to condensation that leads to corrosion. In short, do not put the battery in the freezer.
2. Charging the mobile phone overnight can damage the battery
How many times have you heard that if you put your phone in a charger overnight, it will damage the battery?
Fortunately, many people forget this legend. However, for those of you who still believe this to be true, it is unfortunate.
Smartphones can slow charging rate by approaching 100 percent and once there is no power increase.
3. Sitting close to the lit TV can heat the body
“I remember sticking my face to the screen while I was enjoying my favorite cartoon, when I was little,” a source said.
“Every time I do this, my mother will scold me and ask me to leave as soon as possible.”
However, all this is just a myth. Your body will not really get hot.
4. Play mobile phone during dangerous charging
This myth continues to spread through words.
Is this myth based on some truth or just a kind of urban legend that people like to repeat to their friends to make it look interesting for discussion? This is clearly not the case.
After reading this article, take the time to research some mobile phone videos that have exploded in people’s pockets. It happened.
But charging and using your phone at the same time does not run the risk of your mobile phone exploding.