My question pertains to different types of the Li-ion batteries currently available.
Many of them address relevantl issues which are generally faced with the current type of Li-ion used in everyday electronics, probably the Li cobalt based battery.
Like Li-manganese based cells which are considered thermally stable than most other types or Li-NMC which in my opinion should become the battery type of choice to be used for everyday electronics, having better energy density, longer life and obviously safe. (It even has the same nominal voltage and cut-off power, can be replaced?)
Obviously, these may not be revolutionary in its ultimate objective, but it definitely is better than the current choice used, considering even that was used to replace the erstwhile Ni-Mh based batteries as, only, a better upgrade after all.
So technically speaking, why isn't Li-NMC, for eg, not being used in laptops or smartdevices, etc? Is there something else missing, in the engineering choice of it?
PS - Not referring to the cost or industry adoption rate, etc