SHANGHAI, Oct 24 (SMM) – Huawei Consumer Business Group on Monday October 8 unveiled a patented lithium-silicon battery that would improve charging speeds and safety. The company is likely to use the battery in upcoming Huawei smartphones, Huawei said in a statement.
Silicon anodes in the lithium-silicon battery contain more power than graphite-based batteries. This extends the battery's shelf life and its power-retention capacity.
Huawei says that the battery has a 3D nitrogen carbon coating that can be synthesized at a low temperature and has a high conductivity that supports ultra-fast charging.
Unlike traditional fast-charging solutions, this ultra-fast technology employs a relatively low-voltage and high-current formula to maximise the amount of current entering the device while minimising efficiency and heat losses.