The Panasonic one of their leaders regarding the market of batteries for smartphones, has developed a flexible lithium-ion battery, which announced today formally. Can be used in wearables and other devices as well as the thickness is just 0.55 mm.
In accordance with the Panasonic, the rechargeable battery is tough enough, can be bent too many times and to maintain intact the characteristics of even after repeated buckling and be recharged many times.
As for the issue of security, Panasonic assures that the new flexible battery is perfectly safe to be used on devices that come into direct contact with the body such as smart clothes, smartbands and other wearables.
"This battery uses the new plastified external earth and internal structure which makes it difficult to leak or abnormal rise in temperature during repeated downturns and tangles. This makes the battery reliable and safe to use wearable devices and appliances that come into direct contact with the earth".
The first tasks of the new battery hose are scheduled to begin until the end of October 2016 and later will be followed by the mass production. The purpose of the Panasonic is to create even more thin batteries that will enter into devices Internet of things.
At the moment the capacity shall be limited only to 60mAh, which means that (for the moment at least) not intended for smartphones. The next month will be sent and two smaller models with capacity 17.5mAh and 40mAh