Monday, 22 May 2017

Batteries that charge as quickly as a kettle boils could hit shelves in 2018

Smartphone batteries that charge in five minutes could be available next year, according to a firm developing the technology.

The FlashBattery is designed to charge from empty to full capacity in around the time it takes to boil a kettle, or about one hundred times faster than the average smartphone.

The Israeli firm behind the battery first unveiled its technology in 2014, before showcasing a more slim-lined version at the Consumer Electronics Show tech show in Las Vegas eight months later in early 2015. 

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