AnonD-305089, 23 May 2015This absolutely has no logic to it..You have no logic (explain yourself).
Hmm... Two batteries back to back and a snapdragon 615 with adreno 430?! This phone will just make your sweat then bleed and then get you on fire and all of that just by putting it in your pocket!
I wonder if it will reach 90 degrees (C) when playing gta San andreas on it...
this phone is gonna be sooooo heavy that can be used for combat purposes as well.... :)
critic, 23 May 2015another brick phone. why company s still invest on snpdragon 615 SoC, bring the 620 alrdy!How does one do that when 620 isn't evem available for sampling to manufafturers yet..
another brick phone. why company s still invest on snpdragon 615 SoC, bring the 620 alrdy!
AnonD-147044, 22 May 2015no it's not. there's a reason why smartphones don't have this, because most people don't need ... moreHe was referring to my comment. In my comment I saud the same thing as you (no phone really needs 6000 mah). 2500 mah is enough as long as one "part" of this battery thing is replaceable.
Say you have a phone with a 500 mah (veeeery slim) embedded battery module and one 2000 mah replaceable module. Now say that the 2000 one runs out of juice. Well you simply put it to charge and ypu continue enjoying your phone for another 2 hours of screentime (that's how much 500 mah lasts these days). While you do the other (main) battery has been charged. Boom infinite battery!
AnonD-147044, 22 May 2015no it's not. there's a reason why smartphones don't have this, because most people don't need ... moreYou are totally,greatly insane and wrong.
Most of the ppl needs bigger and batter battery life.
Anonymous, 22 May 2015Best comment ever posted her on GSMARENA hands down. That's what you call brilliant thinking.no it's not. there's a reason why smartphones don't have this, because most people don't need this much capacity.
seems nice seriously 3-5 days on heavy use if true it is great
too bad probably wont see it in my country
Anonymous, 22 May 2015Well I had this idea since forever. Hot swapping batteries basically gives "you" inf... moreBest comment ever posted her on GSMARENA hands down. That's what you call brilliant thinking.
now thats a phone that would be greate to have and good to bling with. especially with the large battery capacity.
Well I had this idea since forever. Hot swapping batteries basically gives "you" infinite battery as the spare battery is charging while the "main" one is used. And since hot swapping gives you zero downtime one would literally experience infinite battery (i.e. never have to take a break so that to have the phone charged).
The solution was always before our eyes, and companies still experiment with silly ideas like fast charging (there's still a downtime), or extra large batteries (they run out eventually). Infinite battery man, can I has it? Apparently yes.
The batteries do not even have to be as thick (as the above). Just put a 500 Mah main one and a 2000 one which would be replaceable. And boom, a thin phone with "infinite" battery (the wet dream of all thin phones)...
Rather than putting single large battery, two batteries offer more flexibility.
Hot-swapping is the key here.
I could take out the larger of the two for lighter weight, then simply put it in whenever I run out of the internal juice.
The pricing is also great.
Now I wonder about its availability outside China...
this must be good because i dont like phones getting thinner like 6mm - you throw that phone in the pocket you lean to fix your shoes and BAM phone brokes in two peaces