Jolt, 24 May 2018I guarantee it, this phone will fail because the SoCs are utter shit, and then Energizer will ... moreI don't know how energiser actually expects to sell these
Given the shitty SOC's, post sales support and software
Even their marketing is way too less
Completely IDIOTIC to have a mobile division at energizer, making phones when they should just be focusing on making battery CASES!!! Nobody and I mean NOBODY outside the company want's an energizer phone with last gen specs, outdated design and forget about any serious service or support if things go wrong all of that is outsourced.
I'm sure someone thought this was a great idea but what is their market penetration target? .001%? Because that's about as much as you can expect, this is going to be a money losing operation once all is said and done and it's too bad because other companies are going to look at their failure and associate their demise with people not being interested in larger batteries on their phones! ...
Why choose this when you already have several other Chinese manufacturers doing the same? I mean, they all use the same sohc, etc.....
With this is another attempt like Kodak did......BIG fail
Nadalion, 24 May 2018Yep.hmmm... Good to know I am not the only one to think that
I guarantee it, this phone will fail because the SoCs are utter shit, and then Energizer will think it failed because no one wants big batteries. This happens every time.
I thought they are making only batteries?
That model is similar to Galaxy S8/S9. Wow.
so except the 16 Ah "monster" they are basically making "xiaomi" phones with much worse chassis, worse chips, most likely worse system, but with same battery or at least its life for the same price... The only upside it has over Xiaomi phones at this price range is USB-C (not counting A1, since it has poor battery)