Energizer’s flagship phone may come to India sporting a 16000 mAh battery


The new Power Max P16K Pro is an Energizer smartphone with the biggest battery that’s been heard of till now. The best part? Energizer has plans on bringing their range of smartphones to India.

Energizer normally launches phones across four segments – Hardcase (resistance phones), Powermax (long lasting batteries), Energy Plus (smartphone with protection accessories), and Energy (basic phones).

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 the company will showcase their 22 phones, including 12 new ones, and announce their plans for India. These phones are produced under Avenir Telecom, but the batteries’ game is all Energizer. So essentially what this means is that Avenir makes the phones, Energizer puts in the battery and their own branding to make sure the phone has an identity.

Not only will this phone have a magnanimous battery, it’s also going to be equipped with the trending 5.99-inch FHD display along with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Being a flagship phone, it will also offer 6GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage, the full works.

Despite the hefty specifications, Energizer maintains that this particular smartphone will “boast an ultra slim design”. This may or may not hold true taking the size of the battery into account.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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