Lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries are also being used in the latest smartphones. But now in 2020, experts are no longer announcing the biggest innovations or changes of the smartphone to any screen, camera or feature, but a new kind of graphene batteries will be unveiled next year. The first news in this regard came after Samsung’s Sun Gun, in which the company pointed out graphene batteries. But after years of rumors, Samsung’s manufactured graphene batteries still haven’t been revealed. Now, some experts believe that Samsung could introduce the first Griffin battery-powered phone by the middle of next year.
Huawei, Samsung’s rival company, is second to none in the race, and it is expected that it will launch its Graphene battery P-Forti Pro phone by March next year in Paris and perhaps before Samsung. Huawei also said that it is introducing changes to the phone’s design that have never been seen before.
This was also confirmed by a tweet in Huawei’s French language in which he claimed to have a graphene battery, but the tweet was removed shortly after. It was also claimed that graphene batteries allow mobile phones to be charged from zero to 100% in just 45 minutes. Huawei has also claimed that graphene batteries last longer and their size will be much smaller.
Huawei has featured in the French account tweet with the red word of innovation, and the word graphene can also be seen in the text.
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