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Technology & IT | Wednesday 13 September, 2017 3:15 am |

Huawei Leads the Safer Way to Long-Lasting Battery Life

When it comes to choosing a smartphone, long-lasting battery life is a consideration top of mind for many shoppers. But how many smartphone users consider battery safety a priority when selecting their next phone? Although not often discussed, battery safety should be a key feature that is researched before purchasing a new phone.

Long-lasting battery performance is a must for today’s generation. However, with some phones, in order to enhance battery longevity and performance, the safety of the battery and the device is compromised, leading to overheating of the phone, and in some cases, complete deterioration. Fast chargers generate more heat than conventional chargers due to their higher current output and voltage conversions.

Super Safe

Safety is Huawei's No.1 priority, which is why Mate 9 employs a fivefold protection system. The company’s recent Mate 9 range, for example, is equipped with Super Safe 5-gate protection, a 5-battery interface and smart charger processor. Mate 9 uses specialized electrical components that have been optimized to handle higher currents. Combined with Huawei's proprietary SCP technology, Mate 9 tackles the problem of heat generation at the source. The advanced eight-layer cooling system incorporates materials with unique thermal properties to prevent your phone from overheating.

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