Samsung will imitate electric car technology to improve the autonomy of its phones

Samsung will imitate electric car technology to improve the autonomy of its phones

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The stackable cells inherited from electric cars will allow Samsung to improve the capacity of its mobile batteries by 10%, although for now it looks like we’ll have to wait at least a year or two.

than we all believed Lithium battery technology was exhausted In terms of improvements, Samsung is coming and expecting in leaks what will be The next big step towards autonomy for your smartphoneswhich will soon inherit innovations from electric vehicles and promises very remarkable improvements.

Android Police colleagues told us about this a few days ago and confirmed that the electronic components subsidiary of the Asian giant – Samsung SDI – is already preparing a new mobile battery technology based on stackable cellsand could even achieve that in South Korea, according to TheElec sources Improve capacity by up to 10% no less in these new generation batteries.

Samsung will adopt electric car technology to improve its mobile batteries.

This step is undoubtedly very important, especially because developments in this regard have come to a standstill a little from the step of the 3,000 or 4,000 mAh batteries with a charge of up to 20 watts to the last of which we see 4,500 or 5,000 mAh that can be charged with an output of 45 or 65 watts stable and reliable.

Of course we know that There are much faster charging services as the hypercharge from Xiaomi, which effectively use two independent modules, but in this case they are not very stable and uniform can affect durability the batteries themselves.

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It seems so for this new technology Samsung SDI will apply the knowledge gained in electromobilityto build a new cellphone power module that inherits that stacked cell designthereby achieving a single package of small cells arranged in parallel, which would offer greater capacity for the same size.

As you will see in the image, we would go from a single module to hundreds of sheets of nested cells with the same size and volume they would get more capacity, that promised 10%which would mean greater autonomy without affecting the current design of mobile devices.

Lithium batteries, normal and stackable technologies

Here are the differences between current battery technology and stackable cells.

And how does all this translate into practice for us if nothing changes? Oh well will change the theoretical capacity advertised by our mobileswhich could from the current 5,000 mAh to around 5,500 mAh Using this new technology in place of traditional single cell batteries.

According to information in Korea, this technology was known for some time and could be used the problem is that the Samsung SDI assembly lines are not prepared for this to build batteries of this type requires an investment estimated at about 100,000 million wonabout 75 million euros more or less that the South Korean giant has already allocated to carry out the changes in its manufacturing and assembly plants.

The problem is that these work It will take at least a year or two.so yes, this new technology promises a lot, but the worst part is this We won’t see it in real life for a whileYou will have to be patient!

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