But you'll need to put a special battery in your phone, drill holes through the case directly into the battery, put copper connectors in the holes and get a specialized 200 Watt charger.
Or you could leave the instant-charging to Israeli startup StoreDot, which is designing a power system that can charge your phone up to 200 times faster than today's charging speeds.
In its labs, StoreDot has developed new molecules that enable a specialized lithium-ion battery to be rapidly charged. Coupled with a similarly specialized charging unit, you can charge your phone in six minutes, one minute and even in 30 seconds, depending on the charger model you're using.
StoreDot's most practical solution is its 50-amp charger, which can power a phone to 100% in about six minutes. It's called the "x20" because it charges your phone 20 times faster than today's charging solutions.
The x20 is the easiest of StoreDot's offerings to implement, because it comes with a pocket-sized wall charger -- and charging a phone any faster requires a direct connection to the battery and a monstrous charging pack..
The x100 (you guessed it -- 100 times faster) requires you to bump up the power to 200 Watts. Smartphone makers will also have to drill holes through the back, which doesn't exactly adhere to today's design standards. But imagine plugging your phone in for a half minute and having a full charge. You'd likely trade some aesthetics for that. Read more on money.cnn.