At a meeting held in Japan, Huawei presented video clips of a pair of fast-charging batteries. The first one, a 600mAh power battery, is charged to almost 70% in 2 minutes, while the second one with a 3,000mAh capacity, can be charged to almost 50% in only 5 minutes, enabling for ten hours of stable calls on the company’s smart phones. Developed by the laboratories that are part of China’s central research institutions and technology organizations, the energy pack allows an improved charging speed without reducing the energy connection and the long-term capacity of the battery.
Even if people can find a single empty port in the restaurant to connect their dying device, reaching a power of 100% takes some time for all phones. This usually happens if they do not have a quick-charging battery attached to them, and Huawei revealed these days during a tech meeting in Asia that it will launch its own fast-charging items. The Li-Ion power packs can be charged up almost ten times quicker than regular batteries, according to the Chinese manufacturer, reaching around 50% of its full power in only 5 minutes.
Huawei is sure that its cutting-edge development for quick-charging power packs will open the doors for a new trend in electronic products, especially in the domains of smart phones, electric automobiles, wearable gadgets and cellular energy supplies. Soon, everyone will be capable to charge his or her device’s battery to full energy in the short time needed to get ready for school or work.
There are no further details on the date of the launch, since the company did not announced when its battery packs will be offered for regular use. It may take a while, according to sources in the tech media, stating that the heavy equipment seen in Huawei’s video clips is needed to truly charge a detachable battery. This is a common problem for many users, since many flagship phones do not have removable components, including batteries and expendable storage, which means that they are stuck with what they buy in the first place.
Even if they are in their early stages, fast-charging battery features are becoming more popular among numerous companies. Qualcomm announced its Quick Charge option, which guarantees to take the regular battery power from 0 to 80% in only 30 minutes. This new function will be built in devices with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chip system, a powerful processor that menaces the rest of the top devices in the smart phone industry, especially Apple’s A9 that was incorporated in this year’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models.
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