The battery technology of electric vehicles helps to stack components more tightly, increasing capacity by 10% compared to current batteries on smartphones.
Samsung’s new electric vehicle (EV) battery is a fifth-generation battery with technology that enables batteries to achieve higher energy density of the same size by stacking components on top of each other in a stair-like manner. This solution saves production costs and increases the range of electric vehicles.
According to PhoneArena, Samsung is planning to use battery technology in electric vehicles (EVs) for smaller battery models used in smartphones. The company is said to have dedicated a line in Hungary to produce batteries for phones, as well as doing a test line in China.
Previously, Apple also made L-shaped batteries in some iPhone models to increase battery capacity. Samsung’s new solution is better appreciated when it doesn’t increase the size of the battery but takes advantage of the space inside the battery.
With new battery technology, high-end smartphones like the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a 5,500 mAh battery instead of the current 5,000 mAh. As for the battery capacity of 5,000 mAh, Samsung will have more space inside the device to arrange other components, or make the smartphone thinner.
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