With the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S23, the company has released some interesting functions. Today we have to talk about one that is going to be extended to other devices of the company. His name is Pause USB Power Delivery. Your goal is improve battery life and reduce the general temperature of the terminal when you use it while it is charging. It is a very useful function that currently very few manufacturers include in their smartphones.
Just a few days ago we told you about 3 mistakes that everyone makes when charging their mobile. One of the most repeated is to use the device while charging it, something very bad for the battery. Now it is the companies that want to prevent you from making this mistake by force.
Pause USB Power Delivery: use your mobile while you charge it
This function has been integrated into the Samsung Galaxy S23. His objective is clear: be able to play while recharging the device. This is possible on any mobile, but now without the risk of overheating or battery degradation.
What Pause USB Power Delivery does is pause battery charging when charger is connected and you’re playing. The processor and the rest of the components “take” the energy directly from the charger, without going through the battery.
This eliminates charge and discharge micro cycles, so the battery does not suffer. Of course, by not having to upload and download at the same time, you also greatly improves the temperature Of the device.
Thanks to this option you can not worry if you have to play and need to connect the device to the current. You will not harm the battery and the temperature will improve. It is something that many laptops currently do, especially those from Apple.
Don’t have a Galaxy S23? The function reaches more Samsung
The latest news about this feature is very good for users of other Samsung models. According to SamMobile the company is preparing updates for bring Pause USB Power Delivery to other Samsung phones soon.
The Galaxy S22 are already confirmed and it is possible that it will also reach certain mid-ranges such as the Galaxy A53 or A73. Of course, in the new models, such as the Galaxy A54, it is also expected to be available.
To find out if other Samsung devices will be able to use this function of the Galaxy S23, you have to wait. Would you like to have it?