Google Pixel Tricks: How To Double the Battery Life of Your Android Nougat Smartphone

Google Pixel Tricks: How To Double the Battery Life of Your Android Nougat Smartphone Google from Neon Tommy / Flickr with CC BY 2.0

There are a lot of phones out in the market that can do a lot of things, but Google Pixel is a league of its own.

Technology has progressed drastically over the years and has added more and more to electronics. For one, smartphones have become one of the most important piece of portable tech. From its inception, more features were added to improve it.

The market is highly competitive and brands keep coming out with ways to improve products at cheaper prices. Some have even come out with budget phones that have some key premium features in a cheaper build.

The latest product to enter the saturated market is Google Pixel. This is a sleek aluminum and glass phone made by Google. Despite having good build and a lot of features, the battery life is sometimes never enough.

Two In One Product

Those who are concerned about this and want to protect their new phone at the same time have a great option available. According to BGR, there is a rugged case that not only protects the phone but also extends battery life.

The Iconic Portable Charger Extended Battery Charging case is perfectly compatible with the Google smartphone. It adds 4,000 mAh of power, which is more than 80-percent extra battery life. The built-in Lithium polymer battery can provide 3 hours of 3D gaming, 12 hours of web browsing, 13 hours of video, 17 hours talking and 60 hours of music.

Other highlights include full-coverage protection with a 350-degree bumper design and hard-shell backplate. It also only adds 0.42 inches on the smartphone’s overall size. Plus, its clean design keeps the phone looking great at all times.

The phone case was seen in Amazon but is currently unavailable and does not have a price attached to it. Perhaps its demand was so high that the limited supply was all sold out.

A New Generation

The Google Pixel is the first smartphone created by Google. According to the Google Store, the phone will cost around $649 and comes with a built-in Google assistant.

It runs Android 7.1 Nougat. It also has an AMOLED screen, 12.3 MP Primary Camera, 8 MP Camera, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB RAM, and two storage and screen variants.


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