The LG G Stylo comes equipped with an impressive 3000 mAh battery that provides up to 24 hours of talk time, but I actually find it lasting longer for me. There are some smart ways you can manage and monitor your battery life with the built-in software on your LG G Stylo.
In case you encounter a time where you need to conserve your battery, be sure to enable the built-in battery saver. When battery saver is enabled, features such as brightness and vibration are reduced when in use. Also, apps are restricted in the background. In addition, notifications, downloading, and streaming may also be restricted.
To enable battery saver, follow this path on the Stylo...
Settings > General > Battery & power saving > tap on Battery saver > select either "Immediately, 5%, or 15%" > tap ON
Battery Usage Level
Built into your device are other battery monitoring tools, one of which is Battery Usage Level. This will show you a graph of the remaining battery life based upon a three hour usage pattern.
To access Battery Usage Level, follow this path on the Stylo...
Settings > General > Battery & power saving > Battery usage > Battery Usage Level
Battery Use Details
Another neat feature is that you can see which components use the most battery in the Battery Use Details area, such as how much battery your screen is using, or Facebook, etc.
To access Battery Use Details, follow this path on the Stylo...
Settings > General > Battery & power saving > Battery usage > scroll down to Battery Use Details
Overall, I have been quite pleased with the battery life of the LG G Stylo. If you are in the market for an affordable smart device that will last you a while on a single charge, definitely check out the LG G Stylo, available at Sprint.
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