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Is Samsung working on a smartphone powered by a graphene battery?

Graphene batteries can be charged as much as five times faster as lithium-ion batteries.

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Updated: Aug 16, 2019, 11.09 AM IST
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Graphene, a form of carbon with unique properties makes it a good candidate for battery technology.
SEOUL: Samsung is reportedly working on a smartphone that will be powered by a graphene battery.

Serial tipster Evan Blass tweeted that Samsung may introduce at least one phone featuring the graphene battery either in 2020 or 2021, Mashable reports.

Graphene battery could be charged as much as five times faster as lithium-ion batteries, while also allowing for more capacity.

Graphene, a form of carbon with unique properties makes it a good candidate for battery technology that, potentially, blows lithium ion-based batteries out of the water.

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