This year’s must-have smartphone feature isn’t a higher resolution screen, faster processor or better camera. It’s a battery that won’t explode.
After failing spectacularly with its modular G5, LG’s reportedly gone back to the drawing board and will introduce its next flagship phone, presumably the G6, at Mobile World Congress next month.
LG’s not taking any chances with the G6 when it comes to battery safety, according to The Korea Herald.
The Korean electronics giant told the publication, it will use copper “heat pipes” to redirect heat away from the processor, similar to the way PCs and laptops use heatsinks to cool their chips. With heat pipes, the phone’s heat could be reduced anywhere between 6 to 10 percent, allowing the device to remain cooler, and less likely to overheat and explode. …
Via: Mashable: Gadgets