You may have seen many people charging their smartphones with Powerbank while traveling in the metro or on the bus. These people are unable to charge their phones due to their life. On average, it takes between 45 minutes to 90 minutes for a smartphone to be fully charged.
If you are not an expensive fast charging smartphone user, then it may take up to 2 hours to charge your smartphone. In such a situation, the South Korean company Samsung can soon launch the world’s first smartphone with graphene battery which will take just 12 minutes to charge.
All the smartphones available in the market so far come with lithium ion batteries. Smartphone companies use lithium ion batteries because they are lighter.
The biggest problem of Lithium Ion batteries is that it takes longer to charge and they can also blast after overheating. According to the leaked information, Samsung can launch this smartphone with Graphene battery by the end of 2020 or early 2021.
Talking about the Gryphine battery, they are better than lithium battery and they can full charge the smartphone in 30 minutes. It consists of two dimensional materials made of single layer carbon atoms. Graphene batteries charge and discharge 33 times faster than lithium ion batteries. Samsung had talked about the smartphones coming with this battery in 2017.