How many times you had to go out, and you were too busy doing something, that you forgot to charge your battery.
Even if you still have some time to do it, it often isn't enough, and your phone will not be fully charged.
Well, the good news is, you don't have to wait anymore, and to worry about it, because scientists have made a battery that will charge your phone in just one minute.
This is an aluminum battery, which is developed by Stanford University researchers, and it is an alternative to the current lithium-ion batteries that are used in smartphones.
The good thing about this battery is that it will not harm your telephone or the environment.
We have developed a rechargeable aluminum battery, that may replace existing storage devices, such as alkaline batteries, which are bad for the environment and lithium-ion batteries, which occasionally burst into flames - said Hongjie Dai, he is a professor of chemistry at Stanford.
Another positive fact about this battery is it will not catch a fire. What is really interesting is that this battery is bendable, which means that it can be used in other flexible devices and it doesn't cost much to produce.
Aluminum battery has been a popular topic among researchers for years, they knew it could be very useful, but the problem was finding materials that will be able to produce sufficient voltage after repeated cycles of charging and discharging.
There is still a lot of work to be done, before they decide to sell it, but we believe that when they finish with it, it will be really popular among consumers.