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    Does unplugging the charger from mobile before it's full destroys the battery ?

    I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and lots of times my battery is still at 50% or something and I have to leave and take the phone with me. So does removing it from the charger could destroy the battery ?

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    No.

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    nope. you're probably thinking of the old batteries they used to have for mobiles, the kinds that had a "memory imprint". the current lithium ion batteries they now use don't have that, so it's perfectly fine, and safe.

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    Nope


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