Although lithium-ion batteries could not be replaced for a while, in reality, technology companies have been trying to find improvement breakthroughs. Real Graphene, a Los Angeles-based company, has announced that its graphene batteries for smartphones are ready for commercial use,media reported.
Graphene is an important conductor, which produces less heat in the process of transmission, that is, low energy loss and high conversion efficiency. According to Real Graphene, the graphene battery of 3000mAh can be fully charged in just 20 minutes with a 60W charger, saving up to an hour more than the current equivalent phone battery.
At the same time, graphene batteries also have durable characteristics, its charge and discharge cycle supres can reach 1500 times, while ordinary batteries are more than 300 to 500 times.
However, the disadvantage of commercial graphene batteries is that they are more expensive and, on average, 30% more expensive than regular batteries. A few years ago, a kilogram of graphene cost $300,000.
Real Graphene revealed that it is in talks with manufacturers and mobile power companies to get enough orders, and that it could take up to a year to boost mass production as the current progress progresses. In addition, Real Graphene’s self-produced graphene charging treasure has been sold in Asia, 10000mAh, with a 60W charger, 55 minutes full power, external support for three devices, a maximum of 22.5W, three mouths 50W.