Charge your smartphone with ‘sound’? Soon you might be able to ditch your charger


After announcing its ability to charge a mobile device’s battery at 200W, Xiaomi has reportedly now filed a patent for a novel ‘Sound Charge’ technology. — Background vector created by photoroyalty - www.freepik.com

Once there was science fiction to get thrilled by. Now, life is no less amazing than science fiction, as can be gauged from the raft of revolutionary tech objects that are constantly being announced and actually rolled out.

Over the past decade, smartphone technology has been improving across multiple fronts, including screen technology, processing power, wireless connectivity and more. However, one aspect that has progressed at a slower rate is battery technology.

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