CNET writes:

StoreDot's system, which you can see in action in the video [at the link], uses a different chemical makeup to traditional batteries. We saw a modified Samsung Galaxy S5 go from 15 percent battery to 100 percent in a little under two minutes, but StoreDot says it hopes to get a 1,500mAh battery to charge in one minute by the end of the year.

Is this legit? Has StoreDot really developed batteries that can be charged in 2 minutes? What about the claims about super capacitors on their website?

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    I fixed your question so the claim is consistent with the article: 2 minutes, not 30 seconds; they use special custom batteries, not generic lithium ones. – Sklivvz Jan 7 '16 at 1:18

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