The battery will give a similar backup for up to five years, scientists discovering new components
In the case of smartphones, its battery capacity is just as important as hardware-software performance or other features. Because the design of the phone, the features are all attractive but for a weak battery backup it has to be charged repeatedly during the day – then maybe there is no difference between landline and mobile! To address this inconvenience, most handsets are currently packing up to 8,000 mAh, but users are not very satisfied with that either. In fact, although the battery performance of phones has improved over the past few years, most smartphones lose their performance after continuous use of batteries (such as flagship and premium models). Even the battery power of most smartphones drops to one-fifth within the first year of buying the phone. In this case, a Japanese institute came to the field to get directions on how to solve the problem caused by mobile batteries and how to do research on the subject in different technologies.
According to the report, researchers at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), led by Professor Norioshi Matsumi, have recently come up with a revolutionary component that can help batteries retain their original capacity for at least five years (up to 95%). As a result, the technology is expected to increase battery life inside smartphones, laptops and electric vehicles.
According to JAIST researchers, a negative binder component called polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is currently used in the negative terminals of batteries, and ordinary batteries can lose up to 35% of their original capacity after being charged with this PVDF component only 500 times. Similarly, the battery life of a smartphone decreases after one or two years of new purchase. In that case, the new binder component introduced by the institute has been dubbed as bis-amino-asenphytheniquinone-paraphenylin (BP), and it is claimed that this binder will be able to hold 95% battery capacity even after being charged more than 1,800 times.
So, in the coming days smartphone brands will use this technology in their devices or gadgets and it is expected that they will get good battery backup for about five years if they buy a new phone next time. But Matsumi also said the new technology could help develop more sustainable products. As a result, customers will be less inclined to buy expensive battery-powered assets, such as electric cars.