LG Re-shapes History Of Battery, Launches World's First Hexagonal Battery

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LG Battery with Hexagonal Shape

Battery durability, capacity, size, and weight are one of the major problems tech industries are facing, because without it nothing much can be archive. It's like saying human doesn't need an oxygen to survive. While many experiments has been done in the past and some are still at work, non has yet surface to replace the traditional Li-ion, Li-polymer battery we are stuck with since a century.

Size is now one of the factors tech companies consider during production, ofcourse, we can't compare the size and weight of mobile phones produce twenty years ago to what are being manufacture now. We want something slimmer, lighter, and compact but size of battery does have a major role to play to archive that.

Rectangular, circular, and square-like battery are what we are familiar with, they're the basic standard of all batteries manufactured till date, but LG has taken a step further by re-constructing the shape of battery thereby saving more space in gadget they're being used.

LG Chemical, the sub-branch of LG Technologies has announced world's first hexagonal (6-angle) battery which they aim to use in their upcoming smartwatches and other products. The firm claims that the new battery can deliver 25% more of battery life over regular ones. Also, they can easily fit into any space.

LG has patented the technology which it calls "Free Form Batteries with Stack Folding Technology". The firm doesn't have it mind to stick to hexagonal shape only but to release more pattern which includes "L shaped" and "U shaped" batteries as time goes on. The battery are being produced in China and have started shipping globally.

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