Israel-based company StoreDot has unveiled a prototype nanodot-based smartphone battery that fully charge in just under 30 seconds. Nanodot technology is basically chemically synthesized bio-organic peptide molecules that improve electrode capacitance and electrolyte performance due to their miniscule size. The result is ultra efficient batteries that can be fully-charged in seconds rather than hours. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Gizmag adds, "But StoreDot CEO Doron Myersdorf told us that the technology could also be adapted to electric cars, by modifying the electrode so it could sustain higher currents (and, of course, configuring a large number of cells in parallel). StoreDot is in the process of submitting patents for the technology, and mass production of the smartphone batteries is planned for late 2016."