One of the problems that high-end terminals have is that when they begin to be used with certain tasks that consume all system resources, they they start to overheat. In these cold months this problem goes almost unnoticed, but it is in summer when we can almost have a hot potato in our hands.
LG has the idea that this does not happen in its imminent LG G6 that will be presented at the MWC in Barcelona and that is why rigorous testing is underway in the battery with a new technology based on small copper tubes or pipes that are responsible for dissipating the heat and that it is not located in a specific point of the terminal.
This technology, if we take it to other types of devices, such as computers, is capable of reduce the temperature between 6 and 10%. It will even be the LG G6 the first device of this company to use these copper tubes as a way to dissipate the heat that the important components of the terminal can take.
Sony introduced heat pipes as a way to lower the temperature on the Xperia Z2, Microsoft did something similar with its Lumia 950XL and Samsung started using this type of tube for dissipation in the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge just last year. The funny thing about these tubes is that they were also in the Note 7, although they did not help much to prevent it from igniting inexplicably.
For this very reason, LG is undergoing rigorous battery testing tests to make sure the phone doesn't overheat. These tests are passed 15 percent warmer than international standards for the United States and Europe. It is the same battery that is also tested when a heavy object is thrown from a high place.
An LG G6 that we are learning more about thanks to these videos.