If your Redmi 7 battery is no longer as performant as it was, you’ll surely look for solutions. A mobile phone’s display rarely goes bad if you don’t break it, and you can use it for a very long time which is not true for a battery. The life of the Redmi 7 battery depends on its charging and discharging cycles. When those cycles are over, the battery starts showing signs of natural exhaustion, and you must replace it without considering other solutions.
Typically, you can use a battery for around 2 years with moderate use. If you are a heavy gamer, the battery can run down quickly, and replacement becomes imminent. Most customers don’t face issues with the battery for at least two years, and it can be more depending on your usage pattern. On this page, we’ll discuss all the aspects of the Redmi 7 battery and help you choose the right product for your needs.
What are the charging and discharging cycles of a battery?
Please note that a mobile phone’s battery’s life depends on its charging and discharging cycles. Typically, you get 500/600 cycles on a good battery, and you complete one charge cycle when you’ve discharged the battery by an amount of 100% of your battery’s capacity. This 100% charge is not all from the charge, and you might use 75% one day and 25% the next day, which will add up to one charge cycle.
The number of charging and discharging cycles a battery can go through before needing replacement depends on its size, composition, and quality. If you use your device more often, your battery will also have to be charged more often, reducing its lifespan. Therefore, it’s important to understand your device’s charging and discharging cycles to maximize its life expectancy.
What are the common problems of an exhausted Redmi 7 battery?
Please note that even if the battery is depleted, it gives enough time for a replacement unless you don’t ignore the problems completely. Most customers start facing battery issues but don’t consider a replacement unless that becomes a compulsion. We suggest you replace the battery as soon as you establish the problem and save yourself from all unforeseen issues. These issues are very common with a dying battery :
- The battery no longer holds the charge and discharges very quickly.
- If you leave the phone in standby mode, the battery will continue to drop.
- Your phone’s battery doesn’t last long, more than 4-5 hours, which was not the case before.
- The battery doesn’t take charge and is stagnant at a certain percentage.
- Your mobile phone automatically turns off even inside your pocket, and you don’t know why.
- While using the phone, it reboots automatically without any apparent problem.
- The battery is swelled/puffed up, pressing the display or back panel.
- You feel a bulge inside the phone because the battery is puffed up.
- The phone overheats when you charge the phone.
- After charging the battery to 100% levels, it suddenly drops to 80% within a minute.
- The remaining battery percentage swings up and down automatically.
You might run into software issues if your phone reboots randomly because of a worn-out battery. You must take the rebooting issues seriously; otherwise, if the phone gets stuck on the Mi logo because of a software problem, you must wipe out all the data. As with computers, we’ve seen numerous customers facing software issues because the data/files might get corrupted by sudden rebooting.