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Android 15 to bring comprehensive battery health information to users

Good news for Android users! It looks like Android 15 could be the answer to all your battery-related problems. Mishaal Rahman and Android Authority have reported that Android 15 might have some exciting new features related to battery health.

Here are the highlights of what could be coming with Android 15:
1. Your phone’s battery capacity naturally decreases over time.
2. Android 15 will soon provide information on your battery’s remaining capacity.
3. The new battery health stats could also tell if your battery has been replaced.

Even if you take good care of your phone, the battery will eventually need to be replaced. But with Android 15, you may be able to keep a closer eye on your battery’s health and know when it’s time for a change. This is a big step forward from the current situation, where users have to rely on third-party apps for this information.

Furthermore, Android 14 laid the foundation for the OS to track battery health information, and Android 15 could be the one to bring that information directly to users. The new “battery information” page under Settings > About phone that is part of the Pixel Feature Drop for December 2023 shows the manufacture date and cycle count of the device’s battery.

In addition, users will be able to see more battery health details such as the date of first use, charging policy, charging status, and state of health. The state of health is particularly interesting because it provides an estimate of the battery’s current full charge capacity. For example, if your Pixel 8 battery’s state of health is measured at 90%, that means its remaining full charge capacity is estimated to be about 4118mAh.

Currently, the Settings app doesn’t show the battery state of health, but with Android 15, that’s set to change in the future. Google will also expose more battery-related information, such as whether the device has an “unsupported,” “original,” or “replaced” battery inside.

So, get ready Android users, because Android 15 could revolutionize the way you monitor and manage your phone’s battery health. Stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to the release of Android 15.