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Sony brings the Qnovo battery technology to its 2016 Xperia X line up

22 February 2016 0

It’s finally here. The breakthrough in battery enhancements is finally introduced and the harbinger is Sony not the commonly associated names with new technology like Samsung or Apple. Sony’s Xperia line up this year will bring the technology introduced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today. The devices will be inclusive of Qnovo technology. The aim of Sony was to bring down the charging time and extend the battery life by calculating the health of the battery in real-time and making adjustments continuously in the charging current.

The company today announced Sony to be its partner as well as investor and their next generation Xperia phones will certainly claim to have reduced charging time as well as enhanced battery lifetime. And they are tagged to be double as against to the present Xperia series. Users generally assume to have the power-holding capacity of the battery do drop down after about a year’s use or normally after 400-500 charging cycles. Qnovo has a claim that the new Xperia models to dramatically increase the battery lifetime to around twice – 800 cycles before it starts losing its capacity.

It was already in 2014 that the research carried out by the company was done that established the fact that the findings could be used onto any such device that runs on lithium-based rechargeable battery. What topped the list of the company’s accomplishments was battery life of 6 hours out of a solitary charge of just 15 minutes as compared to only a couple of hours on the very same device without the tech. What also supports the findings is that a device with Qnovo can get 2-hour battery life in 5-minute charge flat.

In the tests, Nexus 5 handset could be charged to half (starting from 0%) in slightly more than 30 minutes and a full charging possible in less than 2 hours. The same charging needed more than 2.5 hours for a normal Nexus 5.

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