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Your iPhone's battery ain't got nothing on this 13,000 mAh phone.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, aezakmi said:

only true legends will remember how long the battery on this bad boy lasted

One week battery? Compared to an old Nokia, it's one weak battery!


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2 minutes ago, aezakmi said:

only true legends will remember how long the battery on this bad boy lasted

 

 

 

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coughs  

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You could play snake for weeks on one charge with those old Nokia brick beasts.  


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Just now, aezakmi said:

only true legends will remember how long the battery on this bad boy lasted

 

Just now, Rohith_Kumar_Sp said:

coughs 

I actually have a working 6310i laying around

 

that thing litterally survived a drop into the machine room of a boat


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12 minutes ago, aezakmi said:

only true legends will remember how long the battery on this bad boy lasted

 

 

 

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I had 3 of those. You could literally throw the damn thing against a brick wall and it would be fine.

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5 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

 

I actually have a working 6310i laying around

 

that thing litterally survived a drop into the machine room of a boat

i actually have 3310 in working condition. that was our first mobile phone. 


 

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I'm surprised how good the camera on the Ulefone looks in the pictures shown in this video. I got an Oukitel K10 a few weeks before the Power 5 was announced, which has the same specs but a 11 Ah battery and I love it except for the camera which is subpar at best.

 

I will not go back to a phone with a lower capacity battery. Not having to worry about battery life when you're out traveling for a day or three is amazing.

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14 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

 

I actually have a working 6310i laying around

 

that thing litterally survived a drop into the machine room of a boat

Probably destroyed the engine while it was at it


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Just now, Rohith_Kumar_Sp said:

i actually have 3310 in working condition. that was our first mobile phone. 

6310i was like a more advanced brick

 

Just now, OrbitalBuzzsaw said:

Probably destroyed the engine while it was at it

and the sea with it


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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

6310i was like a more advanced brick

 

and the sea with it

And the planet with it. btw have you still not changed your member title?


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Just now, OrbitalBuzzsaw said:

And the planet with it. btw have you still not changed your member title?

like the whole universe. this isn't where we used to be. it got destroyed by nokias

 

I haven't changed it ever since


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I would absolutely kill for a phone like this with 2019 specs.

 

Imagine say... a rugged S9+ with a genuine week long battery. That would be the perfect phone, imo.


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If my cheapo (~£60) Huawei mobile died, this is the kind of mobile i would consider replacing it with if i knew for sure i was going to using it alot, which to be fair is unlikely as i've had my current phone for over 4 years now and the most i ever used it was during breaks at work to browse the news and every now and then watch a youtube vid. I did however have to keep it charged every day which was a PITA becouse i consistently forgot to do it simply due to the fact i only ever used it for work, and once work is over for the day i put it(work) entirly out my mind and think nothing of it(and thus my phone) till the next morning. So i inevitiably had to charge it whilst on the production line at work lol.

 

So yea a high battery capacity mobile would be very convienient and i couldnt care less about its bulk. My current phones thickness with its case is roughly that of the phone in the vid, its just smaller in the oher dimensions.

 

Again though, even if it only cost £200, thats more than i would normaly consider spending on a mobile, i dont find the value in them. So ..maybe..,  its a more attractive offer than the other mainstream options at that price point for sure.


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I used to get a Week out of my Original Motorola Razr Maxx, but to be fair I rarely used it, using it I could do like 10-14 hours Screen on Time streaming Netflix over wifi with the 4G radio DISABLED (remember back when you could actually shut off the 4G radio and not just toggle the access to Data on and off).

 

I've been saying for years that smart phones are to thin and they should double up on the capacity of the battery and just make the phone a little thicker, but everybody be chasing that Apple to thin to fit a headphone jack shit.

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1 hour ago, Daniel644 said:

I used to get a Week out of my Original Motorola Razr Maxx, but to be fair I rarely used it, using it I could do like 10-14 hours Screen on Time streaming Netflix over wifi with the 4G radio DISABLED (remember back when you could actually shut off the 4G radio and not just toggle the access to Data on and off).

 

I've been saying for years that smart phones are to thin and they should double up on the capacity of the battery and just make the phone a little thicker, but everybody be chasing that Apple to thin to fit a headphone jack shit.

Can you do airplane mode and Wifi on? That should be the same as disabling network/call. Though I agree, IIRC my older phones did have options to turn 3g/4g/etc on and off independently to the phone carrier/call handling.

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Personally I want to see 4000 and 5000 becoming more common I don't think we need 13,000 that's overkill.

 

Also who video edits one a phone?

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Side note: The RAM featured in the ad? Hoooooooooooooooooly fuck. That is some atrociously ugly RAM. Would not touch that with a 10 foot pole.

 

RE: The phone

 

I like the concept - but:

1. It's overkill - halve the battery capacity and slim it up a bit.

2. Well, the phone itself is kind of crap. I'd personally never buy it - but decent for people on a very low budget.

 

Now, give me a flagship phone with ~4000-5000 mAh? I'd be more interested. And yes I know the Note 9 has a 4000 mAh battery, but I don't want a phablet.


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Two words - replaceable batteries. Companies like Mugen Power had this down to an art back in the day when you could not only replace your factory battery when it pooped it's pants, but sell you a larger back cover to fit a larger battery, sometimes 3x the capacity of the factory one. The downfall with Mugen was the quality of the cells they used wasn't that great - the one I had in my old HTC Touch Pro 2 lasted maybe a year before it "got fat". Swapping batteries solved so many problems: longer run times, higher capacity batteries, the ability to replace dead batteries, swapping it yourself in 5 seconds instead of paying and waiting on some wrench monkey to take your phone apart.

 

Thin means compromise - something that I have been screaming for over a decade. It's evident in laptops with shitty cooling/thermal throttling and smart phones when it comes to battery life. And you can forget any "style argument" from Apple, they've conveniently masked that because they know they can (1) charge you prime rate for a battery replacement (2) void your phone/laptop warranty if you try to do it yourself (3) make you spend more on battery banks or mobile chargers if you need extended use (4) install "latest firmware" to slow your perfectly working device down to a crawl encouraging you to buy a new phone and (5) unashamedly wipe ALL your important data/settings. These guys aren't stupid. They KNOW that replaceable batteries are a convenience for the user. They simply refuse to give it to us, rather make the life of the consumer HARDER instead of easier.

 

So to the greedy folks at Apple/Samsung/Dell etc... who may be wondering why I change tablet/laptop batteries myself and why I am still using an older mobile OS, I graciously extend to you my middle finger. You are not holding me hostage.

 

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I have a cell phone that needs the battery charged only once every three or more months.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ok. it's a flip phone.

 

 

 

 

Ok, I keep it turned off unless I'm actually going to use it, which is rarely.


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1. I actually like the way it looks.

2. I agree that this is overkill, but something in the 7,000-8,000 mAh range would make sense.

3. Why don't we just say 4 Ah instead of 4000 mAh.


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I want three things from a phone.

 

1) Two batteries with different voltages. Or a battery dedicated to the screen.

 

2) Heatsink fins on the back for extra grip and cooling options.

 

3) Hardware buttons(Back, Home, Recent Apps, and Menu(the supposedly deprecated button that still serves a function in some apps))

 

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