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Temporary BlackBerry Z10 battery life solution

If you are looking for a temporary BlackBerry Z10 battery life solution until BB10 gets an update, then we have found several ways in which you can do this. It does not matter what BlackBerry Z10 review you read they will all tell you that the battery life is pretty poor, but all is not lost.

With the BlackBerry Z10 having a removable battery it does open up your options, unlike the iPhone. This will allow you to use such accessories as the Battery Charger Bundle, which supports the LS1 battery and allows you to charge one battery while using the other. The price to help solve the Z10 battery issue is just under $48 and can be purchased from ShopCrackBerry.

However, if you are not in a position to spend yet more money and also feel that you should not have to either, then thanks to IBT, they have found several tweaks that can be made in order to improve your Z10 battery life.

The easiest thing that you can do is set your Z10 so that when the screen locks it goes to sleep as well, also reducing the amount of time needed before your handset locks can also help increase battery life. If you have no need to stay connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi or have no need for Bluetooth then you should turn these off as well.

One feature that so many smartphone users never seem to realize is just how much juice the display takes, so just by dimming the light on the screen even a little can have a huge effect on how long your Z10 battery lasts.

Knowing that your BlackBerry Z10 has decent specs and also software to match, it seems that these come at a cost, but is turning so many features off really the answer? We’ve have heard so many stories how people have to switch off so many functions of their phone to help conserve battery life that it stops becoming a smartphone.

We do hope that once the Z10 sees its US release some of these issues will be resolved via a BlackBerry 10 software update.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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