After flagship smartphones are done upgrading their batteries and reducing the bezels on the display, Samsung has finally started focusing on battery life which is a sore thumb in almost all devices.
The company has filed a patent for Graphene batteries which in theory can charge much faster and last 45% more than the current generation lithium ion batteries. The technology has been developed by the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, shortly known as SAIT.
Soon, all latest generation phones, possibly not the Galaxy S9 or the Galaxy S9 Plus, will start receiving the Graphene battery. They are much more powerful when compared to lithium ion because a huge battery can be fully charged in just 12 minutes which is extremely fast even when compared to the current quick charging technologies.
They are also visibly cooler at just 60 degree Celsius and may be used in electric cars in the future paving way for an electrified range of products to get launched in the market giving Samsung the edge against their director competitor, Apple.