Different types of batteries used in smartphone


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1)Lithium Polymer

This is the most widely used advanced type of battery. Most of the huge mobile phone brands use this type of battery. It is made up of plastic, it has a longer life than other batteries on the list.

 

2)Lithium-Ion

Lithium-ion is also an advanced battery. The capacity of this battery depends upon the size and weight of the battery. It is pretty expensive than other types of batteries. This type of battery also used by many brands in the market but it makes smartphones slightly heavy compared to lithium polymers.


3)Nickel Cadmium

Nowadays no smartphone brand uses this kind of battery due to memory effects. This effect reduced battery life and poor capacity. These nickel-cadmium cells are made of toxic substances that make the environment hazardous.



What is fast charging?

Fast charging simply means providing an extra number of watts to the phone battery. As over normal USB cables are unable to provide fast charging there we need fast charging support in over smartphones.


What is reverse charging?

Reverse charging simply means charging someone else phone, earphone, Bluetooth speaker with your phone which acts as a power bank for other devices. 


In this process, transfer energy takes place from one device to another device with the help of a USB cable.


Wireless reverse charging

Charge someone else’s device with your device without any cable. Wireless charging features are obtained in high-end smartphones such as Samsung Z fold 2 and Apple iPhone 12 Pro.

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