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Energizer smartphone with 16,000 mAh battery raises questions

Monday, February 26th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

             For 40 days, the Energizer P16K Pro should hold out with one charge. Avenir Telecom markets the smartphone under license and builds a battery with 16,000 mAh. You can not look at the device, do not try it.


        The Energizer P16K Pro is said to be equipped with a 16,000 mAh battery and thus according to the manufacturer Avenir Telecom 40 days without a socket. That would make it the longest-lasting smartphone. So far, the Oukitel K10 was the well-known mobile phone with the largest battery, in this case 11000 mAh.
At the MWC, the manufacturer presented the new model and even had a device with it. It is about twice as thick as today's mobile phones, whose housing measures around the 9 mm depth. In hands-on, the heavy weight was particularly noticeable – the manufacturer does not yet reveal exact values.

You could not try the P16K Pro. The on-stand device was obviously not a working copy. The manufacturer did not want to talk about mockup, but did not want to confirm that it was real hardware.
Apart from the battery capacity, the manufacturer has released the following technical values: The 18: 9 screen should be 5.99 and show full HD resolution. 6 GB is the RAM large, 128 GB of flash memory.

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