The Korean newspaper said on Friday that LG Chem of South Korea had provided a special battery for Apple’s iPhone 9, which can be launched next year. The hundreds of billion in the dedicated line is invested by the LG Chem for the purpose and will produce “L-shaped” battery for the next year’s iPhone, Korea Economic Daily said citing an anonymous chemical industry source.
The spokesman of LG Chem said that client does not respond to inquiries about the companies. Apple could not be reached for comment immediately.
From the time April 2016, the LG Chem shares are grown 3.7 percent in morning trade to their highest level. They later pared gains to be up to 0.5 percent.
Li-ion batteries are universal. They are seen everywhere: tablets, cell phones, laptops and hybrid or electric cars. We hardly think about them apart from when the conversation turns to the rather small battery life seen in some consumer electronics. One thing that comes to mind where battery life is measured at less than a day is Smart watches and some laptops. Which has forced me thinking about batteries, and there are unities between the batteries seen in tablets, smart-watches, and cell phones. LG recently launched its Q8 smartphone in the market; let’s have a look at its specifications.
LG Q8 Specifications
LG Electronics this week launched a new smartphone, the Q8. It is to offer premium features at a competitive price which is a new entrant into the Q-Series of smartphones, the LG V20 that was launched last year is the bigger version of the LG Q8. Apart from a dual rear camera setup, it also sports a secondary always-on display. It is powered by a Snapdragon 820 SoC that’s coupled with 4GB of RAM.
In Italy, the LG Q8 was launched; but, there are no details on availability or price for now. The smartphone is also dust and water resistant, with a certification of IP67 which allows the device up to 1.5 metres of under water for up to 30 minutes without any damage. It also features an infrared emitter and 32-bit Quad DAC support.