Here's one numbers race we can get behind – huge batteries. And we do mean huge! The Innos D6000 has two batteries totaling 6,000mAh capacity. This lets you hot-swap either battery since the other battery is there to keep things running.
The internal battery has 2,480mAh capacity, on top of that is a 3,520mAh battery. The official numbers promise a 3-5 days of heavy usage. DuoCharge tech inside the phone can charge both batteries simultaneously, which should speed things along though we can't see exact numbers.
By the way, charging is done over the new reversible USB 3.1 Type-C port. With both batteries the Innos D6000 measures 11.9mm thick. Even if you never buy it, at least now you know it's possible.
Anyway, the rest of the phone boasts a 5.2" 1080p display with Gorilla Glass 3, a Snapdragon 615 chipset (octa-core A53 with Adreno 405) hooked up to 3GB of RAM and running Android 5.0 Lollipop. There's a MediaTek version too (D6000m) with 2GB of RAM.
The phone also boasts a 16MP main camera, 5MP selfie camera. It's a dual-SIM device, both cards can do LTE. The D6000 costs CNY 1,800 ($290/€265), while the D6000m is CNY 1,000 ($160/€145).
I've had the phone for 2 days and it's having usb connection problems. It's going back!
Not Really, Never reboots. The only issue is the low antenna reception on SIM 2 ( 4G )
Not advisable at all. Keeps on rebooting several times a day. Gets hotter than you guys at a topless bar by simply putting IT to charge. Lousy WiFi reception.