Battery life is a big head-ache for mobile users, but this week Samsung announced its working on a respite. The South Korean company revealed it is working on a technology that will double the battery life of the Li-ion battery.
According to reports Samsung researchers used graphene to enhance the battery density, achieving 1.5 to 1.8 times the battery density of normal Li-ion battery.
Samsung had another cheering news this week as it announced it sold over 1 million Tizen-powered Z1 Smartphones since January 2015. This is a promising start for the new operating system considering that the figure is only for the Indian market, the only country to grace the Samsung Z1.
Samsung also began pushing Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) update to more of its Samsung Galaxy line. The Galaxy S6 Duos started getting Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) updates this week.
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Here are more topical tech news stories of the week.
- Lumia 940 XL: GFXBench Confirms Snapdragon 810
- Skype for Business enables broadcast to up to 10000 people
- Microsoft hands over Map Tech to Uber, sells Display Ads business to AOL
- Facebook goes head-on to YouTube, introduces Video Ads revenue sharing
- Casio entering the Smartwatch Market
- Facebook Ads Manager launched for Android
- OnePlus Two to offer a Fingerprint sensor faster than Apple’s Touch ID
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