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Energizer's P18K Pop Smartphone Boasts Maximum Power

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Energizer's P18K Pop Smartphone Boasts Maximum Power

Energizer's P18K Pop Smartphone Boasts Maximum Power

Ever since the dawn of the smartphone revolution, users have asked for devices that offer longer battery lives. While many are happy to charge their phones daily, it is undeniable that it would be nice to own a phone that could handle more than a few hours of video playback before running out of charge. 

This is where Energizer has stepped in - yes, the battery company - launching their P18K Pop smartphone, which boasts a staggeringly large 18,000mAh battery. By staggering, we are not just referring to the long battery life that this smartphone will offer. No, we are also referring to this device's sheer girth, with the device itself being as thick as three iPhones, which makes the device around 30-40mm thick.      

In terms of battery life, Energizer promises 48 hours of video playback and up to one week of use, which should offer users more than enough time to find a charger. On standby, this phone can last for up to 50 days, with charging taking 9 hours when using the device's 18W charger. 

When looking at Energizer's specifications there is little to complain about, with the device offering a 6.2 inch 1080x2280 IPS screen, a Mediatek Helio P70 Octocore SoC, 6GB of memory, 128GB of storage (+ up to 128GB MicroSD card). The device even offers a reverse charging mode, just in case somebody else's phone runs out of charge.  

Energizer's P18K Pop Smartphone Boasts Maximum Power  

Energizer also offers its users five cameras, with two of which are front-facing and three of which are rear facing. The two front-facing cameras are mounted on a pop-up section of the device, giving P18K Pop users full access to the device's screen, with no notches or punched out holes. The smartphone will also utilise the Android 9.0 operating system. 

At this time Energizer's P18K Pop smartphone is expected to become available this summer for around €600 in Europe. 

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26-02-2019, 14:15:58

Warchild
Energizer super saiyan modeQuote

26-02-2019, 14:59:36

NeverBackDown
Only people complaining about battery life are iphone users lol
Everywhere I go I see people "plugging in" there iphones. Never meant an android user who does that. I charge my phone once every day and a half a few times a week, never died on me.Quote

26-02-2019, 15:07:20

tgrech
Depends a lot on what area you're in, you'll get much better battery life in places with good signal, while rural areas or really busy areas can tank it, my current phone does a full charge in about 20 mins so I just charge whenever I need usually every day and a half or so but for a festival or something it wouldn't last 14 hours away from a battery pack because of the signal issues from rural areas & millions of people simultaneously and stuff, even a 26800mAh battery pack can struggle to make a 4-day weekend(I assume this is basically designed as a festival/camping phone).Quote

26-02-2019, 15:10:02

looz
I'm stoked about this new trend actually, I spend a sizable chunk of my summers on our cottage and chargers aren't exactly abundant.Quote

26-02-2019, 16:06:14

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by tgrech View Post
Depends a lot on what area you're in, you'll get much better battery life in places with good signal, while rural areas or really busy areas can tank it, my current phone does a full charge in about 20 mins so I just charge whenever I need usually every day and a half or so but for a festival or something it wouldn't last 14 hours away from a battery pack because of the signal issues from rural areas & millions of people simultaneously and stuff, even a 26800mAh battery pack can struggle to make a 4-day weekend(I assume this is basically designed as a festival/camping phone).
Actually you will get worse battery life in areas where there is good service coverage. 4G is a bigger strain on battery life than edge/2G/HSPA+

4G coverage and Roam like home means people consume more without a care. In rural areas where there is lesser technology your consumption will downgrade. Even basic calls.

What can increase battery consumption in rural zones are handsets that hammer the network with UL and GPRS UL requests towards the HLR regardless of if the HLR accepts the request or not. Bouncing between edge/2G/3G does very little.Quote
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