New Technology from Qnovo to speed up smart phone battery charging

These days everyone has a smartphone. Be it iPhone, Android or Windows. Basic or high-end mobile. The major problem in all smartphone is the battery. Nokia 1108, the basic and famous mobile had battery standby of 4 days. But the charge in the smartphones does not last even a single day. Let’s see about the new technology from Qnovo to speed up smartphone battery charging

 

For a basic smartphone, the battery charge will last for 20 hours. If you use the Internet it will last four 10 to 12 hours. But, if you are a gamer who plays games regularly, the battery will last a minimum of 45 minutes or 1 hour. The battery will drain quickly. But it takes more than 2 to 3 hours to charge completely. But thanks to the small company from California, who developed a technology called Qnovo (named after the company) through which you can charge your phone battery within 15 minutes that lasts for 4 to 5 hours.

speed up smartphone battery charging

New Technology from Qnovo to speed up smart phone battery charging

 

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Manufacturers of these Li-ion batteries of aware of this condition. Hence, to avoid the formation of dendrites, they reduced the flow of current in the battery. This trick increased the battery life. However, it also increased the time taken by the battery for charging.

 

Closed loop charging - speed up smartphone battery charging

Closed loop charging

Qnovo’s technology to charge batteryNow, Qnovo comes with the solution. They introduced the loop system that checks the battery so that it gets the optimum current. This acts as a feedback system. When the current is low, a pulse is sent to the battery and it registers for voltage. With this technology, the battery charging time reduces by five to six times. They offer two solutions. One is hardware and another one is software. Hardware includes a chip which manages your mobile phone’s charging circuit. Software includes a piece that improves the speed at which the battery charges. This technology could boost the mobile industry.

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  1. vidhya March 22, 2015

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