LG Assures Customers That The G6 Will Not Over Heat Or Explode

LG has assured it customers that its latest flagship device, the LG G6 will not over heat like the problem faced by rival tech company Sumsang on their flagship device Galaxy Note 7. According to LG, the company has been implementing new technology and performing tests that would eventually improve the safety and quality of the G6. 

In a report, LG claims to have employed heat pipes made up of copper that can dissipate the internal heat inside its smartphones the same technology used by on PCs battery to decreases the internal temperature by 6 to 10 percent. 

The device which is expected to hit the market soon has gone through many testing including a battery-heat-exposure tests. According to report, the company had subjected the battery to a temperatures up to 15% higher than the standardized temperature set by the US and Europe. 

As we hope that the fetal incident experience in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 do not repeat itself, LG says they also plan to subject the device to a new life-endurance test like repeated drops, and exposure to extreme power voltages, all in a bid to ensure the G6’s battery is very safe. 

The device LG G6 is expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017

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