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New mobile phones will fully charge in just nine minutes in 'technology breakthrough'

07.03.2022 04:21 AM
New mobile phones will fully charge in just nine minutes in 'technology breakthrough'
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New mobile phones will fully charge in just nine minutes in 'technology breakthrough'
Worrying about charging mobile phones may become a thing of the past thanks to a new technology that helps charge the phone from zero to 100% in just 9 minutes.

People who commute to work will no longer panic if they forget to charge their mobile phones at night, as thanks to the new technology, they can fully charge the battery while taking a shower. Experts say this technology will allow phones to be designed as small or thinner after the devices have swelled in size to fit giant batteries to ensure power is available throughout the day.

The new technology, which allows phones to absorb power quickly without damaging batteries, was demonstrated at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week, and is expected to reach devices by next summer.

The technology was pioneered by Chinese phone maker Oppo, which is the world's fourth largest and is growing rapidly alongside its sub-brands OnePlus, Realme and Vivo, and experts say Samsung and Apple are already working to replicate the feat, with fast charging and long battery life being a selling advantage. main for mobile phones.

"Battery life is really important for many users, but improvements in efficiency are slower than most of us would like, so companies say if we can't keep it up for longer, let's make charging faster," said Stuart Miles, founder of tech site The new OPPO takes just nine minutes - less than you need to shower and brush your teeth in the morning - to fully charge the phone.

"This will also allow for smaller and lighter devices to be designed. And with ultra-fast charging like this means smaller batteries," he added.
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