making electric vehicle (EV) batteries for its rumored Galaxy S23 flagship lineup. Samsung SDI reportedly utilizes this system for manufacturing its Gen 5 EV batteries.
The South Korean tech mammoth is now anticipated to replace the presently used ‘jelly-roll' system with the mounding system for its smartphone batteries as well. Likewise, a
goog_1977286089 bookmaker has suggested that the operation of this system could lead to a significant boost in the battery capacities of the Galaxy S23 series in.
As per a tweet posted by bookmaker Anthony (@TheGalox_), the Samsung Galaxy S23 series, codenamed Project Diamond, will profit from the operation of the mounding system. The vanilla Galaxy S23 will apparently feature a mAh battery, which is a significant jump from the mAh battery fitted in the base Galaxy S22. Also, Samsung is
anticipated to fit the Galaxy S23 with a mAh battery and the Galaxy S23 Ultra with a battery boasting of over mAh capacity. The bookmaker suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is doubtful to use this technology.
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Samsung SDI, according to a report by The Elec, has set up a airman product
line in Tianjin, China for testing the mounding system. In addition, it's
reportedly modifying four of the 12 product lines
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at the M Line in Cheonan, South Korea for mass- producing smartphone batteries with this technology that has been primarily used for EV batteries so far.
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The mounding system is said to ameliorate the energy viscosity of a battery by 10 percent in comparison to the jelly roll system. Likewise, it could allow smartphone manufacturers to produce thinner and lighter handsets with the same or advanced battery capacities.