As screens become bigger and brighter, the requirement for stronger batteries grows proportionally. Many consumers say that they want more battery autonomy for their smartphones. But, the majority of them wouldn’t opt for a thicker device even if it were able to provide the additional battery life the users want. Energizer believes that for some customers autonomy is the key, and the well-known manufacturer has decided to release a device which is aimed at this niche segment.
The Energizer Max P18K Pop, revealed at the Mobile World Congress, sports a giant 18,000 mAH power brick on the rear. As expected this makes the device three times as thick in comparison to an iPhone, but some are already interested.
The device offers impressive stats. Users can play videos for up to forty-eight hours, which alone is quite remarkable. It can deliver up to 90 hours of calls, 100 hours of music and it can last an impressive number of 50 days in standby mode.
Energizer Max P18K Pop, a high-endurance smartphone, also boasts some high specs
Owners will also enjoy the handy feature of being able to charge other smartphones with the help of the Energizer Power Max P18K and a USB cable. The extreme battery renders the device too big for most average pockets, but the smartphone could be very people among users who aren’t interested in flagship performance.
People who live or have to work in remote areas will undoubtedly appreciate a device which doesn’t need to be charged every day. The smartphone follows the latest trends, with two cameras on the front and three cameras on the back. The rear setup will use a 12MP, 5MP, and 2MP cameras, which should provide excellent, high-quality pictures and videos.
A mid-range MediaTek Helio P70 processor is coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage space. Users who require more space are also able to use a MicroSD card.
The smartphone will be available in the summer. It is thought that it will be the device with the biggest battery in the world, with a price tag of little more than 600 dollars.
Agnes is a technical writer, being in touch with reports to come up with the latest tech leaks.