Battery problems tend to frequent users of Motorola Droid Bionic. In order to give you a clear idea about the battery life of Motorola Droid Bionic, we visited a few forums that discussed the battery life of this model. Today, I will pick up a few excerpts of these to help you understand how to maximize your battery life.
The battery info file of Motorola Droid Bionic reportedly keeps track of the battery charge that has been consumed, thereby allowing you to decide the proper time when your battery needs to be charged. However, this does not appear plausible, since your phone’s hardware cannot be expected to maintain such a record. Even if they keep such a list, this concept will also drain batteries to a large extent.
However, some other users have pointed out that they are in the habit of usually charging their models, completely (a 100% charge), rebooting it and wait for the model to drain out completely. These users made no other changes to their models like deleting their history or the like. These batteries usually drain around 50 to 60% in case they are used moderately during the course of the day. Some of these users reportedly prefer to charge their model only after its battery drains out completely. Since widgets drain much battery life, some users tried to save battery life by moving some of these widgets, or stopped using them altogether. Other reduced their screen brightness in order to increase their battery life.