As if you guys didn’t already know enough about the LG G2, here’s something that you probably didn’t know. During the presentation, LG showed off how they were able to include a 3000mAh battery in the LG G2, using something called a “Step Design.”
Since the rear-facing buttons on the LG G2 take up battery space, LG had to innovate and use “dead space” from traditional smartphones and create a “Step Design,” in order to create extra space for the battery. Using this new technology, LG was able to fit the 3,000 mAh battery into the device while making the battery removable and retaining the ultra slim design of the phone at the same time. Quite impressive.
In addition to the “Step Design,” LG also announced that they have included a Graphic RAM (GRAM) feature in the phone, something that will also help conserve battery life. This will all be tested when it is publicly launched later this year on all four major US carriers, but for now we’re just going to have to take LG’s word for it.
Source: Android Authority