With Powerbank, you may have seen many people charging smartphones while traveling in metros or on a bus. These people are unable to charge their phones due to their busy life. It takes between 45 minutes and 90 minutes on an average for a smartphone to be fully charged. If you're not a smartphone user with expensive fast charging, it may take up to 2 hours for your smartphone to charge. South Korean company Samsung will soon launch the world's first smartphone with a graphin e-battery smartphone that will take only 12 minutes to charge.
For your information, all the smartphones available in the market so far come with lithium-ion batteries. Smartphone companies use lithium-ion batteries because they are lightweight. The biggest problem with lithium-ion batteries is that it takes longer to charge and can also blast after being overheated. According to leaked information, the Smartphone with Samsung Griffin battery could be launched by the end of 2020 or early 2021.
If you talk about griffin batteries, they are better than lithium batteries and can charge the smartphone full in 30 minutes. It consists of two-dimensional materials made of single-layer carbon abutments. Graphene batteries are 33 times faster charging and discharge than lithium-ion batteries. Samsung revealed the smartphones that come with this battery in 2017.
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