Posted March 02, 2019 09:00:06Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
has released a new smartphone that promises a big improvement over its predecessors.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones are both built on a silicon fabrication process that can be used to make products of similar weight, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
But the Galaxy S9 will be the first phone to use the Samsung Electron battery.
According to Samsung, Electron is more energy efficient than the traditional lithium-ion battery.
The company says Electron has a capacity of 20 percent lower than that of the traditional battery.
Electron offers the potential for a 20 percent increase in battery life and the company says it can be a more sustainable option than lithium-polymer.
The new phone uses a new material that Samsung says is “the first battery made of anode and cathode material.”
The material is made from anodes, the base of the battery, and cathodes, where the charge is coming from.
It has a specific density of 4.9 percent, the company said.
The Galaxy S 9 has an 8-megapixel rear camera and 8-mpix-per-second front camera.
Samsung says the battery will last for at least four days on a single charge.
The Samsung Electrons new battery can be made from a combination of silicon and a polymer.
Samsung said the polymers are stronger than the silicon used in previous batteries and are lighter than silicon used for lithium-metal batteries.