Researchers have developed the world’s speediest mobile phone charger which will put an end to the need of charging phone through electricity. It can fully charge the battery within 15 minutes. Called as the Petalite Flux battery, it has been developed by Leigh Purnell, an Aston University graduate. Purnell laid the foundation of Petallite battery systems this year in order to create the world’s speediest external phone charger.
It’s really small and can easily fit into a pocket or a bag. When the phone needs charging it can simply be connected to the flux battery and charged to full within 15 minutes. The flux battery will soon be available for sale on IndieGoGo crowd-funding website. Now, users no longer need to plug their phones in a computer slot or an electricity socket.
Off late another battery pack, Ultrapak Portable battery charger, also called as the power bank claims to recharge a smartphone within 15 minutes. Developed by UNU Electronics, it can achieve 2000 mAh of power with 15 minutes of charging. It was launched by UNU last month and utilizes the Ultra-X charging technology which can recharge up to 8
times faster than the usual batteries.
The UltraPak Go has a battery with a capacity of 3000 mAh and requires 30 minutes to charge fully. It costs $59.99 (Rs. 3,600 approx.) and can be purchased from the company store. On the other hand, the UltraPak tour comes with a battery capacity of 10,000 mAh and takes around 100 minutes to get fully charged. It can be bought at $99.99 (Rs. 6,000 approx.)