HTC One battery life problems solved

By Peter Chubb - May 1, 2013

No matter what new smartphone you get these days, they always seem to suffer from the same issue, and that is less than impressive battery life. The new HTC One is the same, because some owners have already complained the battery life is not that impressive because it drains quickly.

One of the main causes is with apps, as these are known to drain batteries, but why should you have to delete an app you use just because the likes of HTC is unable to give their customers a decent battery?

Thankfully those HTC One battery life problems can now be solved thanks to the Mophie Juice Pack, which is also available for the iPhone 5. For those of you who have never owned one of these battery cases, it’s made from a hard material, which not only protects your handset, but keeps it fully charged as well.

HTC One battery life issues resovled

This HTC One battery case will double the power, so perfect if you will be unable to get to a power outlet or if you are a heavy user. Some of the main features include lightweight and slim design, ability to charge your HTC One with a flick of a switch, power indicator and full protection for your handset.

You will still have full access to your HTC One, so you will be able to get to the buttons, the camera will be visible and the speakers will not be obstructed. The black HTC One Mophie Juice Pack is available now for $99.95 and the silver version will ship in May. Purchase yours from the Mophie website.

Apart from the battery, there are other HTC One problems, such as not being as easy to fix as the Samsung Galaxy S4, so try not to break yours.

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  • Dan

    the only thing preventing me from getting the HTC one mini 2 is the non removable battery 🙁

  • People want smaller, more powerful feature packed beautiful phones, then proceed to complain about battery life. Battery technology has a long way to go in catching up, and yet those batteries of today are far better than those of just a few years ago….just go buy an Anker 10,000 mAh battery and tape it to your phone if you want a battery to last a week.

  • Kam Pawlowski

    HTC one has a battery problem? Says who? Dumbest article I’ve ever read.