Anonymous, 05 Jan 2018Yeah, better buy a proper phone and a 10Â‘000 mAh power bankYes or Oukitel K10000 pro which have 10150 mAh battery and cost abput 240 eur.
AnonD-456831, 05 Jan 2018Energizer Power Max P600s @ 5.9" with 4500mah battery 9.8mm thickness
2014 phone @ 5.0" with ... moreThere is a huge time difference between 2014 and 2018. The components of phone has gotten much more complicated than that of 2014. I never used a energizer battery by the way.
Oukitel had a 10k mAh battery too but that phone was launched way back.
There is always a reason why Energizer did not go far than 4500 mAh with their first ever smartphone. It is not a briefcase where you put 10k mAh battery. There are more essentials inside. Fast charging is a perk too. :)
AnonD-715008, 05 Jan 2018"And the battery is not outrageously big though it is bigger than most phones out there."
... moreEnergizer Power Max P600s @ 5.9" with 4500mah battery 9.8mm thickness
2014 phone @ 5.0" with 5300mAh battery, 11.4mm thickness
That big a gap in height and very small difference in thickness means your beloved Energizer definitely has a bigger physical battery with smaller output compared to the physically smaller battery of the 2014 phone with higher output @ 5300mah.
3 - 4 Years in difference in this fast technological evolution is also not an excuse.
Reminder that the Helio P23 and P25 are just as efficient as the battery efficiency king SD625. Oppo F3 had a P23 and it has 90+h of Battery Endurance. What more for the Max 600s.
there batteries are superb! if they use their own batteries in this then my expectations are really high on this than the chinese battery. but the specs and looks are just plain.
AnonD-456831, 05 Jan 2018Kinda missed the spot there didn't they? There's already a 5300mAh jelly-bean powered smartpho... more"And the battery is not outrageously big though it is bigger than most phones out there."
For a 350 you get a slow laggy mediatek CPU and GPu definitely not worth the price.
But as far as i know people will buy because of 4500 mAh but with that highly power consumption CPu is bad as S..T
Kinda missed the spot there didn't they? There's already a 5300mAh jelly-bean powered smartphone since 2014. What year are we right now again?
Why does this only have 71.8% STB ratio on GSMA's website? As of now, I have stopped trusting the STB ratio's written on this website, as they seem highly dubious......
If it's waterproof and affordable, I'll get one as my secondary device :)
If the price is around the $350, this would probably be a very good mid-ranger.