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hi...
i have my new purple xperia Z 4glte... running already at 4.2.2,

i just wana ask how to know if its already fully charge?

because i noticed once it reached its 100% its just said "charged"
is it already full?

im just a long time samsung and htc user which notify that the battery is full and need to unplug same as it notify to green light saying tis fully chrged...

is this the same with sony? how can i know if my phone is on fully charge?
pls hlep... tnx....
 
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hi...
i have my new purple xperia Z 4glte... running already at 4.2.2,

i just wana ask how to know if its already fully charge?

because i noticed once it reached its 100% its just said "charged"
is it already full?

im just a long time samsung and htc user which notify that the battery is full and need to unplug same as it notify to green light saying tis fully chrged...

is this the same with sony? how can i know if my phone is on fully charge?
pls hlep... tnx....
On the lockscreen you will see a long time "charging", and then "charged" when its fully charged.

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On the lockscreen you will see a long time "charging", and then "charged" when its fully charged.

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Yes, and led will turn from orange to green.

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Sony somehow turns the led green when it reaches 90%. Kind of the same as what I've read not to stress the battery by charging/discharging it fully as it will decrease battery lifespan.

I suggest to unplug it once you see the led turn green as the difference in battery life is minimal whether it's charged at 100% or 90%.
 
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Sony somehow turns the led green when it reaches 90%. Kind of the same as what I've read not to stress the battery by charging/discharging it fully as it will decrease battery lifespan.

I suggest to unplug it once you see the led turn green as the difference in battery life is minimal whether it's charged at 100% or 90%.
yes, you're right.

Lithium Ion/Polymer battery life can be extended, if not fully charged. charge until 85%-90% only, can make up to twice life cycle.
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And when do you start charging, when the battery hit 15-20% ? ( I normally start charging from 15-20%)
- Xperia Z (C6603) v.10.4.1.B.0.101 (Jelly Bean 4.3)

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