PROBLEM AND SOLUTION
A warm smartphone uses more battery power, becomes slower, and impairs the phone's overall lifespan. In the electronics industry, the heat generated around the components and battery cells are a known challenge. Nano graphene technology in the form of NanoSkinTM, NanoStickerTM, NanoCaseTM help dissipate heat generated when the phone's battery and processor are in use, and provides increased battery life around 15-25%, depending on how much the phone is used, which phone you have, as well as external factors such as climate, etc. What we can say is that the more you use your phone, the more heat is generated and more battery power can be saved. The heat conductive effect also protects the phone from interference or coercion closings due to overheating. Nano Graphene technology also protects against radiation and radio waves that constantly surround our mobile world. Our mobile phone is both a transmitter and receiver, sending and receiving information in all our daily use. Tests show that this technology reduces this radiation very efficiently without disturbing phone features.
Graphene is a form of carbon and graphite are similar in property and construction, but is unlike graphite only one atomic layer thin. Graphene was discovered in the 60's and was first investigated in 2004 by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, who won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics for this. Scientists and industry call graph "a new super material". Graphene is 100 times stronger than steel but is extremely light, thin and flexible. The material leads electrocuted more effective than copper and 200 times better than silicon. The graph diverts thereto heat better than any other material. Source: Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences