But how to judge a phone battery has “long life”? All mobile phone batteries come with a specification of milliampere-hours (mAh). This shows how long the battery can last for in operation. For example, a 1900mAh battery can supply 1900mA of current to a circuit for one hour. But since a circuit will not demand 1900 mAh of current all at once for operation, the battery can supply 380mA for 5 hours, since 380*5=1900. Or it can supply 190mA of current for 10 hours, since 190*10=1900. So normally speaking, when we talk about battery life, we usually talk about its “mAh”.
And this is why many manufacturers tend to exaggerate the “mAh” on their battery labels. For example, a phone featuring only a 2915mAh battery may have a battery label of 3500mAh or even 5000mAh!
Misleading advertising or fake labels are quite common among today’s mobile phone batteries. After all, the so called “Long Battery Life” claimed by smartphone manufacturers are simply sticky labels with certain numbers printed on it. Due to commercial motivations, battery “mAh” is always modified or exaggerated by many manufacturers, especially by small phone companies.
When customers are misled by “fake labels” and purchased these “long battery life” phones, what awaits them are just troubles and complaints. This is why fake battery labels become an increased threat in today’s smartphone purchase.
LEAGOO, as the leading Asian export mobile phone brand, always holds that battery labels should be in full compliance with real battery performance. This is a promise that LEAGOO has been dedicated to fulfill in each produced smartphone since its foundation. This is also the manifestation of LEAGOO’s business strategy: always put customers in the first place and cherish brand values.
In the future, LEAGOO will continue providing good quality phones with reasonable price. And more importantly, as the faithful defender of genuine battery labels, LEAGOO will never use fake battery advertising on a single LEAGOO smartphone!