One UI 7 (Android 15) tipped to get iPhone-like Battery Health monitoring

Having a huge battery is not an option for your phone anymore. Using your device UI and OS, you can optimize the battery life and utilize it for a long. We have seen that through the recent batteries Application Programming Interface included in the latest update, Android 14. But Google is already developing it further to increase its longevity. Google’s Beta program hints at including a hidden battery health page in its latest QPR2 of Android 14. This indicates that Android 15 will adopt a similar feature to the iPhone.

The device’s battery deteriorates over time. You can only know when it behaves abnormally. But the Apple iPhone has the Battery Health Menu ecosystem, which provides a seamless overview of the Battery health. With insights into the battery performance, you could take preventive measures to optimize battery usage. It counts your battery’s life cycle and suggests action to utilize its maximum capacity.

According to the report, the next OS update could also be equipped with the ability to differentiate the genuineness of the battery. It will read the battery serial number to identify the original product.

 iPhone-like Battery
Source: Google News

Samsung has a battery protection feature to increase the longevity of the battery. Right now, Samsung does not include the above-discussed features except from the third-party apps to showcase battery health. But its accuracy is questionable!

However, with the latest development in Android 15, Such a feature could be included by Samsung in their next skin, One UI 7. As per leaks, the company infuses AI power into One 6.1 to protect the battery, which will be released with the upcoming Galaxy S24

So, what do you think about the feature being included in One UI 7 based on Android 15? Let us know in the comment section below. And for more such news, follow Saminsider!

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