Obviously, every smartphone users in the world share a common wish, that is, everyone wants more battery power and wants a longer battery life. Your wish is about to be realised as you will soon find out. To be fair, battery technology is actually improving, but it is not fast enough, not obvious enough for users. But this situation is about to change with the New Smartphone battery technology.
Recently, a group of nano-scientists from Norway have successfully designed a new battery technology. This innovation can directly reduce the battery capacity of today’s smartphones by five times.
New Smartphone battery technology: what is the secret of this new technology?
Perhaps those who are familiar with today’s battery technology will think that everyone knows that silicon has been used in today’s graphite batteries. On the contrary, the key to this new technology is that silicon plays a 400% more role in the new battery structure than ever before. The expansion of this material allows the battery to degrade much faster than graphite-based batteries.
However, the Norwegian team has found a new way to create an ideal combination of graphite and silicon that allows the battery to last longer without high-speed degradation. This will not only help smartphone batteries to have higher potential capacity but also help electric car batteries, laptop batteries and any other products with rechargeable power.
In addition, a company called Kjeller Innovation is already working to commercialize the technology and call it the “Silicon X” project. The company has been negotiating with a number of partners to begin testing hybrid silicon cells in industrial processes.
Interestingly, Kjeller Innovation is not the only company trying to optimize lithium-ion batteries. Although this is the first time we’ve heard that a large amount of silicon has been successfully implemented in a battery, it may be another form of design that ultimately powers our future electronics. But one thing is certain. No matter which company has significantly increased battery capacity and successfully commercialized this technology, there will be billions of market prospects in the future.