The battery life is the true need of the current top of the market. While it is true that the batteries currently have such interesting improvements as fast loading, or the ability to recharge the energy without wires, many users need powered smartphones that last several days without having to connect to the load.
The latest patent discovered by Samsung points in this direction; it proposes a curious invention as the “graphene ball”, a technology that could completely change the batteries on Samsung smartphones in closer to distant future. We will investigate what this development of the manufacturer consists of to improve the lives of its terminals.
The Samsung Institute of Technology is already working on extremely high volumetric energy density batteries. So that sounds too “strange”, so we translate to a common language: Estimates of the brand itself, these future batteries of smartphones Samsung presented last 45% higher than current batteries that can be found anywhere.
But these “graphene balls” do not only affect the battery life of Samsung smartphones, as the manufacturer’s patent reveals that, in addition to being more durable, this technology would also allow Li-ion batteries to be charged up to 5 times faster than before. Therefore, in 12 minutes, this could be charged almost completely. Recall that there are currently smartphones capable of charging your battery 100% in just 90 minutes.
Although this patent has just been discovered, it would be strange to see it in the mobile market that is launched within the next two, so do not expect to see either the Samsung Galaxy S9 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Even in the case of the Samsung Galaxy S10 would be soon, but at least we have the hope to see how one day the main battery problem of current phones will be forgotten completely.