September 29, 2022

As everyone probably already knows well, in the spring of 2020 the flagship smartphone Huawei P40 will be officially presented, equipped with which will be the latest technology. He is credited with advanced technical equipment, as well as, in addition, a lot of other features, due to which this device will be incredibly attractive in all respects.

He is credited with many different “chips”, and about one it became known. So, in particular, the manufacturer Huawei announced that its new flagship will be the first in the world to be equipped with a graphene battery. This means that no other power sources will be used. This solution has many advantages, but there are simply no shortcomings.

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Graphene batteries have been available for about three years, but their cost is too high to be installed on ordinary smartphones. However, over time, any technology falls in price, due to which, in this particular case, the Chinese corporation Huawei managed to make its new branded battery receive a battery with such a feature.

This same battery, without any doubt, will delight all users of the future news in the face of the flagship P40, and the appearance of a graphene battery in such a model has already been officially confirmed. Such material has three very important advantages at once, which stand out from other types of batteries.

So, when charging, graphene heats up very slightly, so there is no risk of overheating. This makes such batteries extremely safe. In addition, graphene batteries can charge incredibly fast, and in the case of the Huawei P40, this figure will be at the level of 45 minutes, that is, simply put, it will be possible to recharge very, very quickly.

Another huge advantage of this material is that it is approximately two times more capacious with similar sizes. So, if a regular battery had a capacity of 5000 mAh, having specific dimensions, a graphene battery could boast a capacity of 10,000 mAh with similar dimensions.

Smartphone Huawei P40

Thus, based on this, the new flagship in the face of Huawei P40 will be able to charge in 45 minutes, and its battery capacity will be just a record, so this unit in normal use will be able to work for a whole week without recharging. It remains to believe that the new flagship of the Chinese corporation will not be the only one that will be released in 2020 and will be able to boast of such a feature.

If graphene actually enters the consumer market, it will be massively used by all manufacturers of mobile devices, trying to make their branded products on a single charge lasts as long as possible, and at the same time charge incredibly fast in all respects.

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