Energizer to unveil new phone with a massive 18000mAh battery

Judy Cobb
February 5, 2019

The company has already given a sneak peek of the upcoming premium smartphones in the "Ultimate" series that will officially be launched at MWC 2019. The phones will be sold in four models: Power Max (which will feature the 18,000 mAh battery), Ultimate, Energy, and Hardcase.

The Power Max and Ultimate ranges both reportedly include Android smartphones.

The highest-end Energizer Ultimate U620S Pop has a 6.2-inch display and no display cutout for front-facing cameras and sensors.

The most exciting aspects of these recent reports are talking about the possibility of the launch of an Energizer Mobile folding smartphone which would launch right after Samsung ould reveal its one foldable phone, the Galaxy F device. The Energizer Ultimate U620S Pop features a dual 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel front camera pop-up module and triple cameras on the back (16-megapixel + 5-megapixel + 2-megapixel).

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Energizer Mobile's 18,000mAh battery smartphone will fall under the Power Max lineup that already offers a phone with a huge 16, 000mAh battery in the form of the Power Max P16K Pro. "The Energizer Ultimate U620S is said to feature a 6.2" 1080p+ screen. It is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P25, coupled with 6GB RAM and also has 128GB internal storage.

I can't even begin to fathom what kind of battery life you'll be able to eke out with 18,000 mAh, but seeing as how this is coming from Energizer - the battery company - I suppose it's not all that surprising. The Energizer Ultimate U630S Pop will hit the market in June, while the Energizer Ultimate U620S Pop will be made available in July.

The latest line of Energizer-branded handsets is remarkable for including several Android-powered smartphones that likely will compete with Chinese manufacturers that have specialized in producing lower-cost phones whose sales are surging. Oppo's smartphone sales grew 6.8% 29.2 million in the final quarter of a year ago, while Xiaomi's edged upward by 1.4% to 28.6 million, IDC estimated.

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