Samsung plans to implement EV manufacturers’ battery production process for its smartphone batteries


Samsung intends to adopt a new type of battery production process often used by manufacturers of electric cars. Samsung will be able to produce batteries that take up less space and provide more power thanks to the new technology. While the company will test and improve it, other smartphone makers, like Apple, may adapt it to their devices.

Samsung SDI, the battery and energy arm of the company, according to a new report from The Elec, is trying to leverage an EV battery production technology to make high-energy-density batteries for smartphones and tablets. The jellyroll method is now used to manufacture smartphone batteries, and the company is working to implement the EV method.

The EV approach stacks layers of battery material, resulting in a 10% increase in battery density. This means the battery can deliver more power without taking up extra space. Also, if a manufacturer wants to keep the same battery density, it can help save space.

Samsung modifies production lines in South Korea to support new battery technology

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According to Elec, the South Korean tech giant may seek to acquire orders from Apple in the future. This isn’t a new strategy for Samsung, as the company’s SDI subsidiary already supplies batteries for Apple’s iPad and MacBook models. Apple, on the other hand, has never used Samsung batteries in the iPhone.

It is unclear whether Samsung will supply Apple with iPhone batteries. In addition, it is not known when the new high energy density batteries will be available. As soon as new information becomes available, we will keep you informed of the situation.

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