According to WSJ.com, a A Tel-Aviv based start-up nanotechnology company called StoreDot Ltd. is introducing a prototype charger that promises to recharge a smartphone’s battery in about 30 seconds. (See demo below.) While the prototype was designed for Samsungā€™s Galaxy 4, Store Dot says it plans to make chargers for other smartphones, too. According to WSJ.com, the prototype charger is currently the size of a laptop charger, but the company says it has a parallel engineering effort aimed at reducing its size. The estimated cost will be twice that of an average phone charger, which is up to $30. StoreDot says commercial production in planned for late 2016.

(Via WSJ.com)

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