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You wanted a long battery life smartphone? Sweet specs? You don't care about extreme thinnest? Energizer (yes) has you covered!

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the metal build with the antennae bands on the side ruins it, should have made it in plastic


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How many Micro SD cards can I cram into the device?

 

I hope this sells like hotcakes so that the current trend of ever thinner, ever lighter, ever more of a ripoff, dies horribly.


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God damn... That's not a phone. It's a brick.
They went way above and beyond reasonable.


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19 hours ago, TetraSky said:

God damn... That's not a phone. It's a brick.
They went way above and beyond reasonable.

Kinda makes my cardboard phones look good. Kinda.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, MrFixitBlankFace said:

Kinda makes my cardboard phones look good. Kinda.

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Really not sure what to think of this . ?


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1 minute ago, TetraSky said:

 

 

Really not sure what to think of this . ?

Apparently, with me, its a thing.  I have a collection. The one pictured was a bad one yes, but heck, I started this when I was 7.


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Does it have a headphone jack and expandable storage? If so, if the reviews are good I might consider this as an option. I don't mind the bulk, the battery life is making me drool. But, I wish they would have toned it down a little, this is... Maybe too much. xD


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Just now, MrFixitBlankFace said:

Its not released to Europe until June.

There are no plans of a U.S. release yet, so, @BLLDoesTech, I guess Jerry will have to wait.

darn!

He still might be able to get it


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No 3.5 jack is a disappointment, and the device seems inordinately thick for the capacity. Maybe I'm wrong there. I think something with half the capacity at half the thickness would be a better sell. 9k vs the normal 3-4k of a standard device


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how is one charging port enough?


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48 minutes ago, Curufinwe_wins said:

No 3.5 jack is a disappointment, and the device seems inordinately thick for the capacity. Maybe I'm wrong there. I think something with half the capacity at half the thickness would be a better sell. 9k vs the normal 3-4k of a standard device

Well, there is the Ulefone Power 5 that promises the same usage period per charge at 1 week, at about 13000mAh and with a thickness comparable to a 2015 phone with a military-grade case.

It is Chinese-designed, so it may be a bit of a gamble with some of the other specs (possibly) suffering as a result.


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I mean if you needed a phone for that continuous trip through that planned highway from NY to London, this thing might have you covered... Honestly, if they would do a decent phone with like a 6,000 mAh battery with half-decent specs (maybe in Note 4 ballpark, so high value budget phones now), I'd totally grab something. But this is way excessive.

 

Can anyone even think of a use case for a massive battery like that? Maybe if they stuck a solar panel on the back, I'd buy it for novelty for camping or something..?

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This would be an amazingly good device as a rugged tablet. Ironically enough, the issue with this device is that its too small. Make it a 10-12" screen, make the battery even larger (physically, to fill out the extra size. This would up the capacity a lot too), incorporate bumpers and rubberize it, and slap on Windows 10 on ARM (and a processor to keep up with said load)

 

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I mean, sure i don't care too much about thickness. But this is just ridiculous. 

At that point I'd just rather carry a battery bank. 


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