I was solving a photoelectric effect exercise where we had to find the correct alternative. One of them was: The increase of the light frequency results in an increase of the intensity of the current that flows trough the circuit They were judging this wrong. But when we increase light frequency, we are increasing the kinetic energy of the emitted electrons, as well as the initial speed of the these electrons when they go out the plate. Increasing the velocity we are decreasing the time the electron need to arrive to the other plate, thereby the current (charge divided by time) should increase. Where is the error in this reasoning?