If you own a Poco F1 and facing issues with battery life or stability, you’re not alone. After using the phone for three years, it is normal for a battery to behave weirdly because it is a natural decay process. A mobile phone’s battery is designed to last around three years; after that, its backup/standby time will reduce significantly and occur naturally. If you follow the best battery usage practices, you can lengthen the battery life by a few months, but you can’t stop it from going bad. You don’t need to worry about battery degradation because you need to replace the worth-out battery with a new one to resolve all the issues.
Poco F1 is a flagship phone, and thousands of customers still own this device. It doesn’t make sense to ditch the phone because of battery issues. You can easily replace the battery and bring it back to life without hassle. After replacing the battery, you should be able to use the phone smoothly without any issues for around three years. This page will provide complete information about Poco F1 battery replacement and all the other relevant information to overcome the issues.
When should you replace the Poco F1 battery?
You need to replace the battery only when you face issues with it. These issues can appear in several forms, and all customers face different problems when the battery is no longer in healthy condition. You should watch out for these problems as these are the most common problems that appear because of a worn-out battery :
- Your phone’s backup/standby time has greatly reduced to 50% levels or more.
- You must charge the phone more often to keep up with your usage pattern.
- The phone randomly reboots itself, and you don’t know the reason for this issue.
- Your phone’s battery is not taking charge or charging very slowly, even with the original charger and cable.
- The battery charging percentage is stuck at a certain level and won’t go beyond that.
- You see sharp declines in the battery power from 70% to suddenly 40% and upswings similarly.
- Your phone switches off automatically after a certain percentage.
- Sometimes, the phone reboots intermittently because of a wrong out battery.
- The battery has puffed up, and pressure on the back panel of your phone.
We believe most battery issues are easy to diagnose as they reduce your phone’s standby and backup time. You should always buy an original battery to use your phone to its maximum potential without facing any issues later. Battery replacement must be a one-time operation because you can’t dismantle your phone every week to deal with issues related to the new battery. You can avoid all the problems only if you purchase original spare parts, which we offer on this page.
What are the most common issues with a duplicate battery?
You can easily find duplicate batteries in the local market for low prices, and many websites also sell low-quality products online. Please note that these products offer mediocre quality and don’t last long. These are the most common problems with a duplicate battery :
- A duplicate battery’s backup/standby time is way lower than the original.
- The battery capacity is false, and you get a 30% lower capacity than advertised.
- If 4000 mAh is written on the battery, the actual capacity is 2800 mAh.
- A duplicate battery often overheats the phone, and you face other issues.
- Most fake batteries don’t support fast charging and other prominent battery features.
- Within six months at maximum, the new battery will stop working, and you will need to replace it again.
Duplicate batteries are easily available for a fraction of the price, but you can’t replace the battery every six months. That’s why we recommend buying original batteries to avoid any hassle later. You can’t open the phone every two months for battery issues, so a one-time stress-free investment should be your primary goal.