Energizer has just revealed 26 new smartphones, including one with a whopping 18,000mAh battery.
There’s always one company that goes above and beyond at the Mobile World Congress ever year. This year it was the world’s largest manufacturers of batteries.
French company Avenir Telecom, who licenses the Energizer brand, has unveiled the Energizer Power Max P18K Pop with the ‘world’s largest smartphone battery’.
18,000 mAh battery inside this thing Haha…look at the size of it #MWC19
Power Max P18K Pop
– 6.2" FHD+
– Pop up selfie cam 16MP+2MP
– 12+5+2MP main cam
– Powerbank function
– Android 9.0
– 128GB + 6GB RAM
– Mediatek helio P70 processor pic.twitter.com/i88DLoDsmH
— paritoshtechnical.techno (@paritoshtechni1) February 26, 2019
For most people who have to charge their smartphone at least once a day, the prospect of running out of charge at the worst possible moment is chillingly realistic. But the chances of this having with the P18K Pop are very slim. The device’s battery can reportedly last an entire week without needing to be charged. The company also says that it would support up to 48 hours of continuous video playback.
It’s good news to learn that the phone comes with fast charging, otherwise it could take days for your phone to fully charge. According to The Verge, a full charge would take eight hours.
The phone also has a 6.2-inch LCD display, 6GB RAM, 128 GB internal storage and even has three cameras on the back.
According to the spec sheet obtained by The Verge, the dark blue unit measures in at 18mm of thickness. The sheer scale of the smartphone is unbelievable and begs the question whether it’s a phone with a battery or just a battery with a phone.
It will be available to buy in the summer, so you’ll have to charge your standard smartphone every night for a little bit longer.
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Matt Weston is a lover of electric cars, artificial intelligence and space. From Cornwall, he’s a UCLan graduate that still dreams of being a Formula One driver in the very near future. Previously work includes reporting for regional newspapers and freelance video for the International Business Times.