The batteries, shown at the "Consumer Electronics Show" in Las Vegas recently, have slightly shorter lives but can still last about five hours on a two-minute charge.
"But given how quick the batteries take to recharge, doing so a couple of times a day shouldn't be a problem," the company said in a statement.
During a demonstration, the firm also showed that the bio-organic charger system which they are developing at the lab in Tel Aviv can finally recharge a smartphone battery in just 30 seconds.
"It was created by using re-building battery technology from the bottom up," Doron Myersdorf, the company's CEO, was quoted as saying in a BBC report.
The reactions that happen in the battery are entirely different from those in normal ones, and include specially synthesised organic molecules.