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A new smart phone with a battery that only needs recharging after several weeks has been developed by researchers.
The smart phone made headlines at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week where its prototype was unveiled.
E Ink, the manufacturer of electronic paper displays, had two prototypes of phones running on the Android operating system, ‘The Australian’ reported.
Since the phone draws battery power only when it is redrawing the screen, the battery life on the prototypes was said to last up to a month or several weeks of normal use.