On Thursday, Watt Lab, owned by Huawei Technology Corporation Limited, demonstrated a new battery model that is charging ten times faster than other advanced batteries.
The presentation took place at the event Battery Symposium in Japan. Huawei has demonstrated two different types of batteries: models with capacity for 600 and 3000 mAh. Version 600 mAh recharged from 0% to 68% within two minutes. At the same time, 3,000 mAh battery showed an even more impressive charge in your old age, with its significantly higher capacity, up to 48% charge in just five minutes.
Huawei Company has tested these batteries and believes that they are making a revolution in the development of lithium batteries. If the design is cost-effective, the company will be able to surpass the technology has been fast charging from Samsung and Qualcomm.
Huawei claim that this battery design method does not affect the battery life. This charging rate is achieved by heteroatoms, attached to a molecule of the graphite in the anode.
Huawei says that it acts as a “catalyst for gripping and through Li-carbon bonds”. The company clearly wants to release a product to market, and says that now they are currently negotiating with partners at the expense of manufacturing and distribution.