LG has been consistently revealing features of its upcoming flagship that is speculated to launch as LG G6. LG has teased in a video that it will bring some of the most desired features on its next flagship. Fresh information suggest that it will be equipped with heat pipes that the will prevent its battery from overheating at high temperatures.
LG has confirmed that it has employed heat pipes made up of copper that can dissipate the internal heat. It is the same technology that is used in the batteries of PCs and notebooks that decreases the internal temperature by 6 to 10 percent. Moreover, LG has been designed the G6 in such a way that the internal components that heat up remain as far apart as possible to prevent the concentration of heat at one place.
An LG official has said that, “We are conducting battery heat exposure tests to a temperature 15 percent higher than the temperature set by the international standards of the US and Europe.” He also added that the company is carrying various kinds of vigorous tests on the battery such as using a sharp nail to pierce and dropping a heavy object on it from a high place.
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Even though Samsung is yet to officially confirm on the main reason behind the explosion of Galaxy Note 7 handsets, early speculations have suggested there may have been some problem with the battery of the device. Now that LG has confirmed that there won’t be overheating problems on its next flagship, it seems that it aims to achieving more sales by letting the customers to know that the LG G6 is safer device.
LG has confirmed in its recently released teaser video that its forthcoming flagship will be more reliable as it will come with features like larger display, waterproof design and amazing camera. Speculations are rife that it will feature a 5.7-inch quad HD+ display that offers a resolution of 1,440 x 2,880 pixels together with an aspect ratio of 9:18 and pixel count of 564 ppi.
It is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 835 chipset and 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM. It is expected to be the first LG smartphone to come with waterproof chassis. The South Korean company has also confirmed that it won’t be using the modular design that was introduced on LG G5 indicating that the LG G6 may not feature a removeable battery.
LG G6 is expected to get unveiled at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2017 event in February. It is expected to be available for purchase by March 10 which also indicates that LG is aiming to launch its LG G6 flagship a month ahead of Samsung Galaxy S8’s launch in April.