its nice to see this kind of phones foucusin in hardwork things its important to see its this phone resist a big drop
I'm curious who Energizer is using as a manufacturer for their devices. Anyway, its nice to see more companies focusing on mid-range specs with larger batteries. There are a lot of consumers who don't want all the bells and whistles, and just want a solid 2-3 day run on a phone. I have a 3,500 mAh battery in my phone and I can easily get a full day out of it. I wouldn't doubt that by 2020 we'll be seeing newer battery tech for phones and software that will minimize power usage across all applications and maximize batter life. I'm willing to bet 4,500-5,000 mAh batteries will be the industry standard in the next 3-5 years.
it is a rebrand/version of Vernee Active http://www.vernee.cc/products/active/
But Vernee comes with 6GB memory and 128GB of storage for 250$
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2018Im even more concern about its name. A mix between an energy drink and a hardcase. Lol. What a nameHaven't you heard the name?
It's on par with Varta and Duracell, don't tell me, you haven't heard them either.
WoW 450 eur for a mediatek CPU and GPU.
Its a new trend to outrun apple in pricing with every brand on this god damn forgotten and forbidden world?
First Shamesung with their A8 series now this phone with name hard to spell.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2018No dedicated memory card slot. what is this?Im even more concern about its name. A mix between an energy drink and a hardcase. Lol. What a name