The Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ are packed with different battery capacities, that suits perfectly per their requirements but as an owner of this flagship, you may be thinking that why your device is draining the battery faster than you expected and how to prevent it.
Actually, aside from the hardware issue, there are already a bunch of other optimizations you can do to make your S10's battery last longer. Please check all of the optimizations listed below.
You can view the estimated battery life based on how much you've used over the past week. You can also closely monitor how much battery your apps are eating up. Now you'll have no surprises.
From Settings, tap on Device care > Battery. To view your battery usage, touch Battery usage at the top of the page.
One of the key technologies that came with Galaxy S10 is its new Wireless Powershare feature, which allows users to share their S10's battery life with other wireless charing supported devices. But it's not there to use for a longer amount of time and can only be used in need.
Although Samsung has no guideline on this feature but do remember the longer you'll use this feature the faster it'll drain your phone's battery life and may also affect the actual usage too.
From Quick Settings/Notification Panel > tap on Wireless PowerShares to activate/deactivate this feature.
The quick optimization feature improves device performance reduce the battery usage by Clearing cache memory, Deleting unnecessary files, closing apps running in the background, Managing abnormal battery usage, Scanning for crashed apps and malware.
From Settings > tap Device care > tap on Optimize Now.
Sometimes your phone just needs to take a timeout. If needed, you can shorten your phone's screen timeout to save battery life.
From Settings > tap Display > tap Screen timeout and then select your desired option. Choose 15 seconds to save the most battery life, while the devices come with 30 seconds as the default.
You can reduce battery strain and stop embarrassing pocket dials by blocking accidental touches. That way, you won't have any more mishaps.
To apply this, navigate to Settings > tap Display > toggle Accidental touch protection to turn it on or off.
If the screen is hurting your eyes, turn down the brightness level to reduce eye strain and save battery juice. Also, you can set to Adaptive brightness to automatically adjust the screen brightness based on the lighting conditions.
Custome Brightness Level:
From Quick Settings > slide the slider to choose a custom battery level.
From Settings, tap Display > toggle the Adaptive brightness to turn it on/off.
Before you turn in for the night, change your phone's power mode. This will decrease your phone’s performance and save battery life.
From Settings, tap on Device care > tap Battery > tap Power mode, from here touch your desired power mode, and then touch Apply. Also, this power saving mode can be customized before applying.
Note: The use of power modes can affect app and device performance, some tasks and features may take longer to complete, or update. Additionally, apps running in the background may not receive updates or send you notifications when power saving modes are enabled.
Check out all your options to save power:
From this same menu, you set Adaptive power saving mode that automatically based on your usage patterns to save power when it's not needed.
If you're always on Wi-Fi browsing your favorite blogs and video channels, you can save power on that too. You can also reduce battery usage by analyzing Wi-Fi usage. Also, there are other wireless features like Bluetooth and NFC that can reduce a hefty amount of battery if they're on.
From Settings, tap Connections > Wi-Fi > and then tap toggle to turn on Wi-Fi > tap advanced > then touch slider next to Turn on Wi-Fi automatically.
This will stop applications and account from syncing in the background which will save you battery life. However, this will stop notifications from coming through from these apps as they are not getting data from the server.
You will have to manually check each application, and that's when it will start pulling data.
Go to Settings > tap Clouds and accounts > Accounts > disable - Auto-sync personal data.
The Galaxy S10 devices support maximum WQHD+ display resolution, which is kind of a good thing to enjoy games and high-quality videos but on the other side, it also uses an increased amount of power than the usual.
That's why these phones come default at FHD+ resolution. You can tweak the resolution via the following steps. Go to the Settings > tap Display > tap on Screen resolution > Select a resolution by sliding the circle.
Once you have selected your preferred screen resolution, tap on Apply to hit the final setup. From Here you can switch back and forth between HD+ (1480x720)/FHD+ (2220x1080) / WQHD+ (2960x1440).
Galaxy S10 do have live wallpaper support and Always on Display stuff but it still has the screen feature right into the settings and if anyone of you using it you may wanna know that it'll take some part in your phones battery life.
To check if it's On or OFF, go to Settings > tap Display > Screen saver > toggle the switch to make changes.
All of these tips are tested on all models of the Galaxy S10 and if we've forgotten anything useful regarding battery, let us know that tip in the comment below.