“Battery capacity” is a measure (typically in Amp-hr) of the charge stored by the battery, and is determined by the mass of active mbyaterial contained in the battery. The nfxbattery capacity represents the maximum amount of energy that can be extracted from the battery under certain specified conditions.
Well, since I’m not passing on the knowledge of physics, I’ll just go directly to the point.
I hereby present to you the YAAO 6000 which comes with a 5.5-inch, 720 x 1280 TFT display, iwith a rear camera of 13MP + 5MP selfie camera. It has a MediaTek MT6735 quad-core SoC, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of extendable memory and most importantly, which is also the selling point of this baby bmoy, IT HAS A 10,900mAh battery capacity.
The device is made out of metal, and is 18.1mm thick due to the 10,900mAh battery that comes with it, and the phone runs Android-based YunOS operating system. The phone is 4G supported.
I don’t want to start imagining how long this particular machine can last me. Say three days minimum, six days Max, I really can’t decipher. What I’m very sure of is that it would last me till the climax stage.
While most phone makers are still struggling with between 2500mAh to 4000mAh, this ‘China phone’ has decided to do something out of the normal. Reports has it that the phone will only launch in China, maybe for now, who knows. But what we do know is that once it launches, our dear aliexpress would come to the rescue of those who might be interested in acquiring the phone.
This phone is priced at $218 in China, which might be a bit too expensive considering its specs, but you don’t really have that all that many options when it comes to 10,000mAh+ battery smartphones.
Also worthy of note is the brand which is not too popular but has actually set a standard. We need need not mention the ‘big brands’ who have always wallowed around less than half of 10000mAh battery capacity. Anyway, different strokes for different folks.
What do you think about the YAAO 6000, and how much would you sacrifice for its sake? Let’s hear you…