While choosing a smart phone, earlier the size of the screen, camera quality as well as operating system were the main features one would look for. But all that has changed now with people craving for a better battery life as most smart phones provide good features but a shortened battery life.
Low battery life equates to less time to make the most of everything the mobile device can offer, so what are manufacturers doing about it?
Better memory technology can improve the battery life. LPDRAM, a type of memory component can lower operating power consumption by 33% and standby power consumption by nearly 90%. That’s enough power to keep the mobile in standby mode for 500 hours.
Smart phone memory chips are 50% thinner than they were 5 years ago. Smaller and thinner packaging provides significant size, power and performance advantages, freeing up space for larger batteries.
This problem can be solved by the recent advancement in mobile memory technology which increases the battery life in smart phones and tablets.