Even Energizer Is Making A Foldable Phone

Energizer to unveil new phone with a massive 18000m Ah battery

Energizer to unveil new phone with a massive 18000m Ah battery

The company will announce no less than 26 phones at the show, including a foldable phone and a phone with a pop-up camera and almost no bezels.

Energizer will unveil its new phones at Mobile World Congress, which runs from 25 February in Barcelona.

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 upcoming Energizer-branded phones will fall in four series that includes the "Hardcase" lineup for rugged smartphones and feature phones and "Energy" series of low-end devices. The upcoming Energizer Ultimate U620S Pop and U630S Pop are equipped with dual selfie pop-up cameras that will include 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors.

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Apparently the specs of these phones are still subject to change, but MediaTek Helio chipsets, 720p screens, 4GB-6GB of RAM and 64GB-128GB of on-board storage are said to be on the way.

There's info on some of the other phones, including one with a teardrop notch and a similar model to the above phones but without the pop-out camera, but sadly no details on the foldable or the 18,000mAh beast. There's also a fingerprint reader on the phone's side and a 3,200mAh battery inside. On back is a triple-sensor setup with a 16MP primary camera, 5MP primary camera and a 2MP depth sensor.

Energizer did launch a 16,000mAh phone at MWC last year, so this isn't entirely unexpected - but that phone was a bit of a brick and took forever to charge, so we're hoping for improvements on that front with this year's model.

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