After months of rumors, LG revealed its new flagship smartphone the LG G2. The device packs a hefty 3,000mAh battery, which came to fruition thanks to LG’s innovative battery design.
Because the rear buttons on the G2 take up space that would usually house the battery, LG used a “step design” for its battery that would take advantage of the extra space created by the bezels on the handset.
Not only did LG redesign the physical form of the battery, the company also increased the battery’s density to provide more battery life. The company did not mention how much battery life the G2 will deliver, and it is worth noting that the Snapdragon 800 processor will undoubtedly use more power than the LG Optimus G and other Optimus devices. LG has included a Graphic RAM feature, which is designed to reduce the amount of battery that the display consumes.
[Via: Android Authority]