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One of the hottest phones of the year has undoubtedly been the Galaxy S20 series. Adorned with Samsung's industry-leading displays, high-end specs, and a powerful camera system, Sammy's latest make for both a worthy upgrade or introduction to the Android ecosystem. This week, our friends at Chargeasap are giving away a brand new S20 in any color of the winner's choice. Here's everything you need to know.
Graphene technology is, without a doubt, the best mobile battery innovation to emerge in the 21st century. Not only do graphene batteries hold up to 20% more energy than a lithium-ion alternative of the same size, they also generate far less heat while charging. Consumer products packing this next-generation tech are still quite rare, but you can be one of three lucky winners to own a Chargeasap Flash portable power bank crafted with graphene cells. Here's what you need to know.
Despite the leaps and bounds our favorite mobile devices have scaled over the last decade, battery innovation has been a painstakingly slow process. As a result, many phone manufacturers have resorted to stuffing larger batteries into their devices just to offset the constraints of power density. However, thanks to ongoing work on graphene technology, the limitations of yesterday's batteries will soon be a distant grievance. Today, Chargeasap is introducing the Flash, its first portable power bank that's built using next-generation graphene cells.
There are a ton of smart devices in your life. The first one that comes to mind may be your smartphone or your computer, but what about all the other gadgets you use every week, like your wireless headphones, Bluetooth speakers, and rechargeable mice, just to name a few? Despite the tech industry's slow shift toward adopting a USB-C charging standard, the truth is that many of your devices have a variety of hardwired connections: Micro USB, USB-C, and even Apple's proprietary Lightning port. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a single charging cord that could replace that wad of wires unceremoniously shoved in your bedside nightstand?