When a battery cell becomes a smartphone, there’s a lot of pressure to deliver it as fast as possible.
And that means that battery technology has to be as efficient as possible, while still offering a long battery life.
A good battery technology should last for a long time, which is what makes battery technology such a crucial component in smartphones.
But what if battery technology gets a little more flexible, like a smart phone that’s able to change batteries without the need to charge them?
That’s what Samsung is trying to do.
In its latest smartphone, the Galaxy S6, Samsung is introducing a new battery technology called SMART.
The name might be a bit confusing.
SMART stands for Smart Passive Electronic Battery.
SMARTER stands for Small Active Semi-Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery.
The idea is to deliver energy to a smartphone battery at a higher rate than what’s available from an external charger.
That way, the battery is designed to be used on a long term basis.
And if the phone is charged on a regular basis, the phone should last longer than the battery does.
The Galaxy S5 battery technology also got a boost in 2017 with a new smartphone called the Galaxy Note 7.
The Note 7’s battery technology was designed to last for up to 18 months.
Samsung has since released the Galaxy Series 7, which will be the company’s flagship battery technology for the Galaxy series of phones.
Samsung is hoping that SMART technology will become the new standard in the smartphone industry.
But it also wants to make sure that its batteries are compatible with any smartphone that’s released in the future.
The new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be made by Samsung.
And there’s also a new Galaxy Note 5 smartphone on the way.