News & Reviews: battery
Jul 13, 2021
Not long after launching the Huawei Mate 40 series last year, Huawei claimed that it had 120W and 200W fast-charging tech. At the time, those power ratings were allegedly not suitable for mobile devices. But now the company has one that would be suitable.
Jun 19, 2021
For smartphones, we can tell how much battery capacity is left with battery indicators. But what if you want to know the battery's health, whether it has deteriorated severely? Well, Xiaomi seems to be working on a new MIUI feature related to that.
May 04, 2021
If you're the type to buy a phone and use it for years, you probably notice that the battery capacity degrades over time. Well, a team of scientists may have found a way to resolve this issue using a new type of material.
Apr 13, 2021
Looks like a new kind of battery is currently being developed by a bunch of researchers in Russia, claiming that it can be charged up to 10 times faster than conventional Lithium-Ion batteries. Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that devices will come equipped with this battery this year, as it is still in the development phase and it is still unable to match the capacity of a Lithium-Ion battery.
Apr 06, 2021
Apr 01, 2021
The iOS 14.4.2 was just recently released as a security patch for your iPhone but the Apple iOS development team are quick to get down to the next version as we speak. Dubbed as iOS 14.5, there are some new features and one of them should be useful for iPhone 11 series users.
Mar 24, 2021
Did you gain some weight during the MCO lockdown? Here, we found out that realme is going to launch their first smart scale ever - realme Smart Scale. The device will come in two colour variants which are White and Blue.
Mar 09, 2021
For the vast majority, fast-charging of around 65W would be more than enough. There's no need for anything faster unless you are always out and drain your phone really fast. But companies have been pushing fast-charging speeds and there's a new rumour about it.
Nov 04, 2020
Smartwatch is a rising tech gadget in recent years as evidenced by sales reports from the wearable industry. Not only it is slowly replacing conventional watches, but it has also demonstrated several features that are of great help for users. Now, researchers are working on a technology that allows users to charge their smartwatches just by moving.
Oct 30, 2020
After launching the Mate 40 series globally last week, HUAWEI has held another press conference today for a local launch in China. Other than revealing the price tags of the smartphones, HUAWEI's Executive Yu Chengdong has also mentioned that the company has some impressive technologies in hands and it's not the time for show yet. It is said that the Chinese tech giant currently has active 120W and 200W fast charging technology.