Now this is some real innovation from Samsung.
This is something we all need and this feature will bring benefit to everyone.
We're on the verge of new major breaktrough in technology.
CptPower, 13 Aug 2019No form what i searched over the google and read about graphene bateries and cost to make and ... moreHere we go again... Bro, you are making assumptions of the prices, and then again, Samsung is always bringing new technologies to these phones and their products, they spent billions on research and development, their hardware are good. How do you want them to profit if they do all that and sell the phone as any cheap copy... Do we see Xiaomi or Huawei developing as much tech?
I know you own many cellphone stores, that's exactly why I don't understand how you can't tell the difference between a Samsung premium phone against other brand flagship just by holding it in your hand.
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2019From your vast experience in advanced materials and battery design...No form what i searched over the google and read about graphene bateries and cost to make and the wat taxes etc. and typical overprice by samsung where No10+ cost like 350 euros to make but sells for 1100 just because samsung is money hungry company.
Following same trend as apple or LG or Sony etc.
We need 10,000 full recharge cycles. No more of this 500 stuff. And the battery doesn't degrade even if it ages. We could use our products forever but these OEMs would go out of business because their motive is to keep on selling.
Does that mean we can have the 3.5mm headphone jack back or will Samsung still require an extra 100mAh for its batteries?
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2019This is why Samsung is number 1
And the rest pale in comaprison
Now samsung have release... moreDont be so ignorant.
Do you want to talk about the stuff that samsung is lagging behing or at least catching up with the competition?
No. 1 in sales dosent mean the best, i hope you can understand that.
So the bets are on... Which comes first: Half-Life 3 or affordable graphene batteries.
Fitbri, 13 Aug 2019No Samsung fan but this technology is brilliant. When mass produced, these batteries could ear... moreThis is one of ignorance comment . Samsung themself says that under perfect ideal condition it would only increase the energy density by 40% . It's still lithium ion battery .
Zendroid, 13 Aug 2019So that means new blowphones? Lower mah capacity and a "new" technology that isn't ready for t... moreWhat on earth are you talking about??????????
First of all that wasn't a new battery technology. It read simply a design flaw in the battery removing too many layers in it to make it thin. And the second round was simply because it was manufactured poorly to meet demand by the company that picked up the order.
Second these will have higher capacities not lower. And it's because that's how the tech works. Not because they are being unsafe. In fact these batteries are safer.
Third samsung has some of the safest battery standards around now.
Highlander1978, 13 Aug 2019it doesn't work like this. The ultra expensive G batteries would be intended to keep the same ... moreI don't agree at all.
The whole point of looking into these advanced technologies was to solve the issue of battery capacity (or in other words; low-energy density). Looking at the internal's of devices like the ASUS RoG, Samsung Note9 and Samsung S10e, I see there's more than enough space allocated for phone's features, and an ample amount made for the battery.
With that said, you're probably right.
Samsung would be stupid enough to throw that innovation in the bin. And use it to slightly reduce weight (not an issue) and to make their phones even thinner, which leads to durability concerns. And probably adding extra camera modules which would make the camera experience worse (a single great camera, better than, multiple good cameras).
Kingslayer, 13 Aug 2019Just give me a battery that never degrades and I may need to buy another smartphone ever again. And that's exactly why they make everything crap and degrade faster.
Stop you spend more on repairs and upgrades.
Fitbri, 13 Aug 2019No Samsung fan but this technology is brilliant. When mass produced, these batteries could ear... moreAccording to samsung they can hold up to 44% higher capacity for the same size.
Which is awesome. Nearly double like you said. However samsung and most others would unfortunately use it to have devices thinner and you might only get like a 10 to 20% higher capacity battery. And more camera bump while also still retaining smaller sensors....
No Samsung fan but this technology is brilliant. When mass produced, these batteries could early be double the life or more than existing lithium. Imagine the same size battery as now but made of graphene. Such awesomeness. Bring it on.
Gordon Freeman, 13 Aug 2019Half Life 3 Confirmed.I don't care about graphene batteries. I wanna know the HL3 release date!!
HappyAndroidUser07, 13 Aug 2019Yeap, they will buy ot from SAMSUNGOr they will steal it LMFAO 😂😂
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2019Samsung have been saying this for yearsssss.... Its usually chinese oems like huawei who ... moreYou're so clueless. Huawei aren't even a manufacturer, so how would they ever develop such tech and bring it to market? Samsung SDI is a big division of Samsung who have spent a lot of money on R&D to develop battery tech. I don't know if people like you are shilling or if you're just being a fanboy, but it's highly annoying.
I would like to see : S10 5G 25W vs Note 10 vs Note 10+ 25W vs Note 10+ 45W....