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04/12/2017 - Samsung: 5 times faster smartphone charging

Have you ever wondered whether your smartphone could be fully charged in less than 15 minutes?

According to Samsung, this may not be that far away, as the company finished last week a new battery research that could have a big impact on smartphone manufacturers.

The Korean electronics giant says it has developed a kind of battery that is more efficient and charges faster than traditional lithium-ion batteries. It is called "graphene ball," and Samsung says batteries made from this material could be charged up to five times faster than those made of lithium-ion.

A battery that now needs one hour for full charge could theoretically take just 12 minutes to charge if the new material with graphene balls is used, says the company. It could also allow an increase in battery capacity by 45%, according to the researchers.

This increased capacity, coupled with super fast charging, could have major impact not only on smartphones, but also on electric vehicles and all other products that benefit from high capacity batteries.

"We were able to greatly improve the capabilities of lithium-ion batteries in an environment where mobile and electric vehicle markets are growing rapidly," said Dr. Son In-hyuk. "Our commitment is to continuously explore and develop battery technology in the light of these trends."

While the hardware is still in a research phase, there is another reason why Samsung may be particularly interested in the use of graphene-based batteries: safety. Since the battery is able to remain at an "extremely stable" temperature of 60 degrees Celsius, the batteries could be particularly appropriate for PCs.

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