Sony to Redevelop Battery Life to Make Smartphones Last 40% Longer
Recently, we all come to know that it is impossible to make our smartphones last more than 24 hours with one full charge. Bigger batteries tend to charge faster on a small consolation and they are an uninspired solution. Hence, companies and researchers are working to develop more efficient, and revolutionary battery technology. This way, Sony is trying to introduce new kinds of batteries that can last up to 40% more than lithium-ion batteries. It is reported that the next-gen batteries from Sony are sulfur-based electrodes. Lithium-sulfur batteries are popularly known to have great capacities, but these batteries degrade so frequently that rechargeable batteries are out of the question.
Sony is about to solve the issue. Interestingly, Sony is engaged in developing magnesium sulfur batteries to replace lithium. Magnesium is more abundant and cheaper solution than lithium. They are safer as lithium-ion batteries tend to degenerate and become vulnerable to fire risk.