At the Mobile World Congress 2015 there were many presentations of innovative devices. Included among those were items from new companies from China, literally unknown until now. Both statements are true regarding the D6000 phone from Innos.
Innos has released a smartphone that impresses not with his speakers, but with the battery. Or, better said, the batteries! It is the first smartphone with two batteries – removing the carcass, you find the first, of 3500 mAh. Below there is also the second battery of 2500 mAh.
The total gives the name of the smartphone. The two batteries makes the smartphone actually quite thick, at 12mm. At this time, the largest battery mobile phones are Gionee Marathon M3 or Elephone P5000, with approximately 5,000 mAh battery.
With its two batteries, D6000 from Innos beats the record. The two batteries are connected, but only the first one can be removed. When the phone is being charged, the batteries are charged simultaneously.
Other phone specifications are interesting too- D6000 comes with a 5.2 screen created by Japan Display, LTPS Full HD and a Snapdragon 615 processor at 1.7GHz, 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage space (it isn’t clear if it comes with micro SD slot), 16MP camera with Omnivision sensor and wide lens (85 °).
The smartphone comes with Android 4.4.4 Kit Kat. The smartphone will be available in China beginning this April, 2015. The price has not been announced officially, but the guys from PhoneArena say it would be around 260 euros.
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