Just like iPhone devices,you can easily check your battery health via the settings section, then click battery you will see your battery health status commonly 85,88,91,100 etc.But what about android phone?Here are the simple steps to check your phone battery health (Status):
1 Go straight to your Samsung Member App or Account
2 At the homepage, look down to the right,you will see support, click it.
3 Aftet clicking the support icon,you will see Phone diagnostic, click on it,at this point we have various functions whereby individual can tap each iclon.
4. Scroll down and you will see battery status, click on the icon then you will have full info and your battery,to check if yours is in good state of health, your battery have to show normal,but contrary it will show abnormal that simply indicate which status your battery is.
Here is how mine looks like on my Samsung Galaxy S20 5G
Then other android devices download Accubatteey App
AccuBattery is a popular Android app that helps users monitor and optimize their device’s battery health and performance.
After you’ve successfully download the app, kindly set the whole things up. After that click on Health icon below,
It provides various features, including:
Battery Health Monitoring: AccuBattery tracks your battery’s capacity over time and provides estimates of how much life is left in your battery.
Charging Alerts: It can notify you when your battery reaches a certain charge level, helping you avoid overcharging.
Charging and Discharging Statistics: The app displays detailed statistics about your charging and discharging habits, helping you identify power-hungry apps.
Battery Usage Profiles: It allows you to see which apps consume the most battery power and potentially optimize their usage.
Battery Calibration: AccuBattery offers a calibration feature to improve the accuracy of your battery level readings.
Remember,we have other apps too that can give accurate battery health description.