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Winter cell phone protection

In case of emergency, it's important to make sure that your cell phone battery is fully charged.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - In case of emergency, it's important to make sure that your cell phone battery is fully charged.

Smartphones and other electronic devices are not built for the sub-zero temperatures in winter, so batteries can drain much faster. It's important to not leave your phone in places like your car, and when on the road, make sure you have a back up charger. Investing in a case is a good idea to help regulate the temperature.

A drained battery is only temporary, but experts suggest turning your cell phone off, and giving it a chance to warm up, are key in making sure you don't shorten its life span permanently.
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