Does it seem like a dream to you that instead of charging mobile phones several times a day, you only have to charge them once a month? If yes, then know that it is going to happen soon.
According to the report of the British journal Daily Mail, scientists from the University of Cambridge in England have started working on a microchip that will require the smartphone to be charged only 12 times a year after being inserted into the phone.
That is, if the phone battery is charged at the beginning of the month, it will not be low for the whole month.
British Technology Minister Paul Scully says that semiconductors are essential for the development of the modern world, from driving electric cars to fighting various diseases.
Last month in October, Paul Scully announced that the two-year project is expected to cost £1.3 million and that the technology will revolutionize people’s lives.
Del Mail said in its report that several British companies are working on semiconductor-related development projects, including a company called ‘Mini Neuro’, which has achieved success in treating epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease, for which it has received a Invented a chip the size of a peppercorn.
Wire’s microchip that could improve smartphone battery life is being worked on by a team of math researchers at the University of Cambridge, the idea is based on designing a silicon chip processor that can run requires almost zero power, meaning less need for a better battery.
However, very little information has been revealed in this regard, Sean Redmond, the chief executive of the project, said, “If this experiment is successful, it will be possible to charge a mobile phone battery only once a month.” Will have to’.
He further said that ‘in today’s world no one has complete knowledge about the semiconductor chip, but this team from the University of Cambridge in the UK has made progress in this regard’.