Samsung has developed flexible…what? Batteries
During a battery show at their home country of South Korea, Samsung, the world’s biggest supplier of mobile phones and smartphones, showcased a flexible battery at the event tagged InterBattery 2014.
Sammy says that the batteries are fit for wearable devices but the spokesperson didn’t speak on using these batteries on smartphones and or how they can help in making actual flexible phones, a bid Samsung ventured in as of last year.
With the ever-growing need for smart wearables, it’s safe to assume that the next few years will produce a lot of new kind of products and “weird” designs so Samsung said it’s technology will be available in the mass market by 2017. And oh, the batteries were brought in by “hot” Asian models, per Samsung and LG tradition.
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