Solar Powered Charger Screen Protector
New clean technologies are just around the corner and soon we won´t need to use wall chargers anymore.
XDA member oka1 let us know about a solar powered charger screen protector that apparently will be out next year. Picture yourself during a trip and imagine that you forgot to charge your device the previous night. That could be a nightmare for a lot of people, but with this screen protector all you need to do is to get close to the sun to recharge.
According to the source, the typical smart phone could charge completely in 6 hours under direct sunlight, or longer under indoor light. But even more exciting is the fact that the covering would constantly top-up your phone’s battery, meaning that you have to charge via a wall plug much less often. And because phone batteries can use this constantly-available power to stay charged, phone manufacturers can stop making them so huge. Smaller batteries can lead to even smaller, thinner phones!.
Originally posted by oka1
Solar powered Screen protector
This will be out 1st Quarter next year, it is a screen protector that is photo voltaic and thus, charges the phone
Pretty interesting I WANT ONE NOW…..
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