New certification norms issued by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) require batteries used for devices and laptops to be separately certified. Smartphone makers might face delay in launching models as a result of this move, said a new report from the Economic Times. Continue reading “New BIS issued battery norms may lead to delays in smartphone launches”
Sony is working on improving one of the major hurdles of smartphones – battery life. A new report from Nikkei states that the company plans to introduce a new high capacity battery in 2020 that should last 40 percent longer than lithium ion batteries that are currently available in the market.
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Google is looking forward to foray into battery market as per a latest report from the Wall Street Journal. The report states that Google X Research Labs is said to be working on several new battery technologies.
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In the endless search for battery life on our beloved smartphones, our friends from Mugen Batteries once again come to the rescue! This time, two of the most popular smartphones these days receive solutions for more juice throughout the day: HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S III. As usual, every device will have two offerings, a regular sized model which will fit with the original back cover and a bigger, more powerful version with a bigger back cover. Let’s have a look:
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