Huawei unveils fastest quick charging battery
At the Battery Symposium recently held in Japan, Chinese device maker Huawei unveiled a new lithium-ion battery, which the company claims is the fastest quick charging battery currently available in the industry.
The latest battery technology introduced by Huawei has been developed at the company’s ‘Watt Lab’ division of its Central Research Institute.
According to the details shared by Huawei, the company’s fastest quick charging lithium-ion battery has the capability to charge devices up to ten times faster than conventional batteries. The quick charging of the battery is a result of the use of graphite atoms which are bound to the anode.
Touting its highly impressive battery innovation at the Battery Symposium, Huawei said that a 3,000mAh battery – for a tablet or phablet - built with the new technology is capable of charging up to nearly 50 percent of its capacity in barely five minutes.
Furthermore, Huawei also asserted that a standard-sized smartphone equipped with the new lithium-ion battery can get the users through the rest of the day if the battery has been charged by a little more than 50 percent of its capacity, for which it takes only two minutes.
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