LG Chem said Tuesday that it’s been producing curved batteries since July this year at its plant in the Chinese city of Nanjing. “We’ve successfully developed batteries that haven’t existed before with our own patents, and that advancement is going to help us take the lead over our rivals in the race for next-generation digital devices,” said Kwon Young-soo, president of the company’s battery division.
The executive continued, “This is one of the greatest achievements for us. LG Chem will expand our leadership in small-sized batteries as well as continue our expansion in being the ongoing leader in car batteries and those for energy storage solutions.”
The firm said these curved batteries are already being used to power G2 smartphones manufactured by LG Electronics, the group’s consumer electronics affiliate. LG Electronics isn’t the only one that has shown interest in adopting curved batteries for upcoming flagship models as LG Chem is preparing to sell the products to other smartphone vendors, said a company spokesman Owen Sung.
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