What Is Battery?
A battery is a container, with chemicals Which reacts and converts chemical energy into electrical energy in both removable and non removable battery. The typical battery which is used in mobile is Li-ion battery, this is a type of rechargeable battery in which lithium ions move from the negative electrode to the positive electrode during discharge and back when charging.
The most biggest myth about non removable battery is it cannot be removed but this is completely wrong statement as it can be removed by proper equipment or by Service centers of respective manufacturer. Here is concepts behind providing non removable battery.
Concepts Behind Non Removable Battery
As new development in mobile industry contineously Develop themselves hence the battery which was before removable is now turning into non removable,as the reason behind it is too many here are some major reasons…
Reputation Of Manufacturer
The trust for the manufacturer is key to its success and revenue as most people purchase device only on the trust on manufacturer where as the major problem with non removable battery is it can be removed and replaced by cheap third party battery and damage mobile which indirectly reduces manufacturer value and trust in market hence non removable battery is adopted to maintain security for manufacturer.
As competition is increasing hence every manufacturer wants to develop new amazing asthetic design to increase device sales but it cannot be provided with removable battery as it increases thickness of devices hence reduces the softness or premium feel for Device.
Battery And Device Life
The main problems with removable battery is that user can remove it easily and place it back but doing it frequently can damage connector’s of mobile and battery too. Hence to avoid such conciuences now the manufacturer is providing this type of battery.
By considering all the factors above we can conclude that non removable battery is more beneficial in all sectors.
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