Google has announced a new rechargeable battery, but it’s still not clear if it’s a breakthrough.
Read moreThe Google Battery 2.0 battery is not the first battery to be announced in the past few months.
Last year, Samsung announced a rechargeable version of its battery, the S8, which could also be recharged.
But this new rechargeability could have other benefits too.
Google has already been using rechargeable batteries for its Pixel smartphones, and the company said that it’s working on a more affordable alternative.
“With Google Battery, we’re making battery recharging a viable option for anyone who wants to go beyond the basics with rechargeable products, as well as a practical and sustainable alternative for our everyday users,” the company wrote in a blog post.
The Google battery is a new version of the company’s existing battery, which uses a special polymer-coated electrode, which is easier to charge and is less prone to degradation than the current batteries.
Google will also sell batteries directly to users.
It’s unclear how long it will take to make the battery, and how long the device will last.
However, Google’s latest announcement comes a year after the company released its first rechargeable smartphone battery.
The Nexus 9, released in 2014, had a chargeable battery that could be re-charged for up to two weeks.
Google also released its second rechargeable Android smartphone battery in 2016, which was only made available in Europe.