their safety and efficiency.
Continuous use or charging in extreme temperatures may accelerate battery deterioration.
Temporary exposure to extreme temperatures will activate the device’s safeguards
to minimize damage, and charging will be limited to protect the battery
Use the device at room temperature (0°~35°C).Extended use or storage at temperatures above 35°C or
below 0° will exacerbate battery performance
lead to unexpected shutdowns and shorter battery life.
In this case, let the device adjust to an appropriate
temperature (0°~35°C) before use.
Do not use or place your device in hot environments,
like a hot car on a summer day, for extended periods of time.
Do not place or store your device in cold environments,
like below-zero temperatures during wintertime.
If you’re experiencing frequent shutdowns, visit your nearest service center.It may be time to replace your battery,
as batteries are consumables,
which naturally deteriorate over time.
Go to Settings Tips to Extend Battery Life.Battery capacity and usage hours may vary depending on
device settings and usage patterns.
Been a while since your last use?
If so, try fully charging your battery before use.
Always use an authentic Samsung charger to
avoid battery deterioration and damage.
Always use a charger that fits. An incompatible
charger could damage the USB port.
Properly connect the charger. Failure to properly
connect may damage the device.
Unplug the charger after the device has reached
100% charge to avoid a swollen battery.
If your device will
try the following.
Here’s what you can do to preserve the battery’s condition when not in use.
Turn off the device and charge with an authentic
Samsung charger to prevent depletion.
Charge the device to approximately 50~70%
for long-term storage.
- Charge the device once every 3~6 months.
Store in cool, non-humid environments to
preserve battery performance.