New Device Charges Phone Batteries In 30 Seconds

A new Israeli technology will allow you to charge your phone in 30 seconds!

A new technology that will enable you charge your phone from empty to full battery in 30 secs has been developed by StoreDot, an Israeli company.

Dr. Doron Myersdorf, from StoreDot, demonstrated the nano-technology based device during a live presentation on a BBC programs and it took exactly 30 seconds to charge from a depleted 25% state to full battery.

"This is a technology that was specially designed for mobile phones. Our target is the problem that everyone is having that it just takes too long to charge," Doron told the BBC.

Dr. Doron responded to questions about the durability of the 'flash-charged' battery and how StoreDot hopes to attain the energy density level required for the technology to work effectively.

"This [battery] will last for about 2 to 3 hours of normal operation."

He said work is still ongoing on the device which is still only a laboratory prototype.

"This is the first step. It is a major breakthrough for us to be able to integrate into the phone a battery that charges in 30 secs,” he says.

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