Samsung Galaxy Note 10 first in the world to get a graphene battery

Lithium-ion batteries seem to have become a step closer to its disappearance. The portal iXBT, citing anonymous insiders close to the company Samsung, reported on the possibility of using a new type of battery from graphene in the future flagship Galaxy Note 10.

According to the publication, Samsung has completed testing of new battery and patented the relevant technology applications of graphene in batteries for mobile devices. According to insiders, graphene battery can be used in Samsung Galaxy Note 10, which will premiere until December 2019.

Compared to lithium-ion batteries, the graphene batteries will increase the battery life of mobile devices by 45 percent, and also allow you to charge your device to 100 percent in less than 20 minutes (12 minutes versus hours, according to experts iXBT). In addition, graphene batteries will be less wear.

Recall that previously appeared information that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 can lose the 3.5 mm headphone Jack.

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