A mini-review: emerging all-solid-state energy storage electrode materials for flexible devices
New technologies for future electronics such as personal healthcare devices and foldable smartphones require emerging developments in flexible energy storage devices as power sources. Besides the energy and power densities of energy devices, more attention should be paid to safety, reliability, and compatibility within highly integrated systems because they are almost in 24-hour real-time operation close to the human body. Thereupon, all-solid-state energy devices become the most promising candidates to meet these requirements. In this mini-review, the most recent research progress in all-solid-state flexible supercapacitors and batteries will be covered. The main focus of this mini-review is to summarize new materials development for all-solid-state flexible energy devices. The potential issues and perspectives regarding all-solid-state flexible energy device technologies will be highlighted.