Android users have historically not had the ability to monitor their phone’s battery health.
According to Gizmo China, for many years, iPhone users have always been proud of a convenient feature that Android lacks, which is the ability to monitor the health status of the phone’s battery. The feature will display the percentage of the battery capacity compared to when the phone was first purchased, helping users easily grasp the device’s battery level. current maximum
But shortly, matters may change, as there is evidence that future Android 15 may bring this long-awaited feature.
Recently, the Android Authority page and Google News Telegram editor Nail Sadykov suddenly discovered an interface called ‘battery health’ hidden inside the Android 14 QPR2 beta 2 update. Although it has not yet been put into operation, but analysis of the source code shows that the feature will display “the estimated battery capacity percentage compared to when new”. Simply put, this is the same feature as Battery Health on iPhone.
While whether or not this feature will be widely deployed is still a mystery, Android Authority suggests that it could appear in Android 15, which may initially be exclusive to the Pixel line.
The benefits of this feature are undeniable for smartphone users, especially for users who have been using their phones for a long time. Let’s wait for Google to provide more detailed information about it shortly.