TCL Communication / ALCATEL ONETOUCH and Sunpartner Technologies have unveiled a smartphone that can recharge itself by light. Seen for the first time at Mobile World Congress 2014, the smartphone demonstrates the real world effectiveness of this technology to enhance battery lifetime and deliver access to critical handset functions even when the battery is drained.
Wysips transforms any surface into a solar panel that can generate its own energy from natural or artificial light—without affecting aesthetics. It has been created by Sunpartner Technologies, specialist in Smart Micro-Energy and recent winner of several prestigious awards.
By the way, you could also find in attached, the latest smart solutions introduced by Sunpartner Technologies at Mobile World Congress 2014. The prototypes and developments showcase the company’s mission to transform any surface into a smart surface with its innovative solar technologies.
Thanks to its solar recharging and LiFi transmission components, Sunpartner Technologies offers a range of solutions for electronic devices that guarantee battery life and wireless connectivity.
Dan Dery, Chief Marketing Officer said, “This is a very exciting collaboration, using cutting edge photovoltaic technology to extend the battery life of smartphone devices and to ensure that users always have access to their most critical applications. As consumers become ever more reliant on smartphone technology for all aspects of their daily life, it is essential to investigate and utilize new technologies to deliver and enhance user experience.”
Ludovic Deblois, President and Co-founder of Sunpartner Technologies said, “From the beginning we have been driven by the conviction that any surface can be made ‘smart’ through innovative solar technologies. Our Wysips technologies for solar recharging and / or LiFi transmission are mature. They meet the needs of increasingly networked users for always-charged devices, and are leading the trend in connected objects. Thanks to our partnership with TCL Communication, our promise of smart surfaces is now a reality.”
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