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Samsung looking to deliver a graphene battery smartphone within two years

August 13, 2019

Via: GSM Arena

When Samsung introduced a battery technology using graphene to make lithium-ion batteries last longer, everyone was praising and welcoming the future, despite the astronomical cost of production, which made it unfeasible in mass produced devices.

According to Evan Blass, the Korean giant is actually on the verge of unveiling a device with a graphene battery “either next year or 2021”.

Graphene, as a material, is highly conductive and elastic, touted as the future since its discovery as an alternative to lithium-ion batteries back in 2004.

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