The warming up of the smartphone casing is often related to the processor and the battery. There is now a prototype that will be able to completely eliminate this phenomenon. The question is, do we really need it?

You do not have to look far to recall the failure of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and its battery, which lit up in some cases. Other devices often also have problems with the temperature of the back cover – not only when charging the battery. In one of the scientific journals came an interesting article, which describes the prototype of a working battery that uses a slightly different design from what we can see today in mobile devices. At this moment, li-ion batteries use the electrolytes in the middle of the structure. New batteries would work very similar, but in the middle would be … water . To say this type of treatment does not affect the conduction of energy, however, has quite a significant disadvantage. Lithium ion batteries based on water have a service life of 70 cycles . Standard electrolyte cells will withstand at least 500 cycles . This is a huge difference to the disadvantage of the new invention. It also seems to me that this is the only, most serious problem of this technology. In my opinion, scientists should take charge of creating a new technology rather than experimenting with current solutions. Yes, li-ion batteries with water will be safer and easier to check, but the whole situation will not make it magically extend the life of the equipment on a single charge – this type of equipment you will find in our TOP smartphones with the best battery. I personally am not very convinced of this invention. The battery segment is a place where there is not much room for innovation recently … Source: Joule