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4 months 2 weeks ago #34722 by Isamorph
"Users will be able to make up to 90hrs of calls, listen to 100hrs of music and watch around 2 days of video on a single charge. In standby mode, the battery lasts up to 50 days." You can also use the phone to charge other devices via a USB cable.

Let's just hope it has no explosive tendencies, or a fault where it can catch fire in one's pocket. Perhaps it could be modified to jump start one's car in the event of a dead battery.

arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/02/energizers-beastly-smartphone-has-an-18000mah-battery/
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4 months 2 weeks ago #34724 by tech-stitch

Isamorph wrote: "Let's just hope it has no explosive tendencies, or a fault where it can catch fire in one's pocket. Perhaps it could be modified to jump start one's car in the event of a dead battery.


LOL! Let's hope not! I can only imagine the look of a TSA agent looking at it for the first time... :lol: In all seriousness, yes, that would be bad (explosive tendencies).
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4 months 2 weeks ago - 4 months 2 weeks ago #34727 by Isamorph
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As someone said in the comments section of arstechnica: "You've heard of bricked phones, now get ready for the brick phone."
I wonder if the battery is a removable and replaceable one? I doubt I would want to take this phone with me while jogging, and my arm might get tired using it for long phone calls.

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4 months 2 weeks ago #34728 by PEW
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