While our phones have gotten more powerful, we can't really say the same about their batteries. Even now, most power banks are just only reaching the 10,000mAh threshold and mobile phones are commonly fitted with 2,100 – 3,500mAh batteries.
Introducing Oukitel, a smartphone manufacturer that intends to defy industrial norms by gunning for better battery longevity. It is coming up with a model that will run Android Lollipop 5.1 and will be fitted with a whopping 10,000mAh battery. A battery this huge will require a long time to charge, so we assume there will be some fast charging technology involved. With the battery size, it is also thicker than most flagship phones by most companies.
Many companies are trying to increase battery capacity with their phones but with current technology, that means bulkier phones. However there are companies out there trying to make better batteries such as the scientists at Stanford University who are working on an aluminium battery that can be fully charged within a minute.
Even Google X, a secret internal development divison by Google, is working on increasing battery efficiency and storage capacity, possibly working with other corporations such as Apple and Tesla.
In the meantime, we'll just have to get used to bringing around portable batteries.
[Source : Digitaltrends]