Samsung Plans to Rolls Out Battery that Charges Phone in 12 Minutes

After the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caught fire, the company had to face a lot of criticism. Due to Note 7, Samsung was in very bad position and till that time trying to regain its position with the launch of some extra ordinary devices. Samsung Plans to Rolls Out Battery that Charges Phone in 12 Minutes.

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To regain its position, Samsung needs to be extra careful that how its launches and presents new battery technology as people still remembers Galaxy Note 7. The company is also under pressure to develop new battery technologies to make sure such mistakes don’t happen again.

Samsung Plans to Rolls Out Battery that Charges Phone in 12 Minutes

The company’s Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) has announced a news battery that can charge five times faster than other conventional batteries used now a days. The new battery technology uses Graphene balls. Batteries with Graphene is not only considered to be more stable than others but also conduct electric charge faster.

SAIT has revealed that the new battery technology 140 times faster than silicon. With the use of graphene balls, battery will only take 12 minutes to fully charge the device. Current fastest batteries take at least half hour to charge.

However one thing should be kept in mind. Fast charging generates more heat. This heat dissipation will raise safety concern issue. To address this issue, Samsung says that batteries can maintain stability at 60 degree Celsius.

Samsung also revealed that it has applied for patents both in Korea and US. So lets hope that Samsung launch these batteries soon. At least i need it so much as i seldom get time to charge my phone for hours. This battery will bring relief for many.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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