Energizer Powermax P16K Smartphone Has A 16,000 mAh Battery Pack

There are many factors that determine a smartphone's uptime; You have the processor's energy-efficiency, the size and resolution of the display, and of course, user activity.

But I think the one thing that greatly dictates how long a handset stays on after a full charge is the battery capacity; The larger it is, the more hours you can enjoy using the smartphone before having to plug it to an electrical outlet or powerbank.

Apple iPhone X's Li-Ion battery has 2,716 mAh capacity. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Note8 is powered by a 3,300 mAh pack. From 100% charge, both of these smartphones can deliver more or less a whole day of uptime with regular use.

Well then, I wonder how long this new smartphone from Energizer can stay on after you unplug it from the outlet.


Slated to be announced at Mobile World Congress, which will start on Monday - February 26, 2018 - in Barcelona, Spain, Energizer Powermax P16K has an unbelievable 16,000 mAh battery capacity, which is more than five times the battery size of most smartphones these days and easily bigger than a lot of powerbanks that are flooding the market!

Talk about having total peace of mind when you take this smartphone out with you on trip to another town or country and realize you forgot to bring your charger or powerbank. I think this one can easily give you at least five days of straight regular use on a full charge!

But here's something that makes this even sweeter: According to sources, Energizer had done its best to keep this smartphone's design and form factor rather slim all while housing that massive battery.


How about the other specs, you ask? Will this handset be able to deliver a compelling mobile experience? Well, Powermax P16K is expected to sport a 5.99-inch FullHD+ 2160 x 1080 pixels IPS display with 18:9 aspect ratio, 13MP + 5MP Dual Rear Camera module, 8 MegaPixel selfie shooter in front, 2.5 GHz Octa Core MediaTek Helio P25 processor, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of onboard storage. Not a bad set of specs, right? I just hope that the price tag won't be as hefty as the battery.

Is there a chance for this smartphone to be released in the Philippines? There's actually an official distributor of Energizer smartphones in our country. So yes, there's a chance. However, I'm not sure exactly how big a chance it is. Right now, we can only hope for the best. Personally, I'm very interested in this model since I move around a lot for work and play.

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