Energizer mobiles to feature pop-up cameras, 18,000mAh batteries and foldable displays

Yolanda Curtis
February 5, 2019

The 26 new phones that Energizer will unveil at MWC later this month will be a part of its Energy, Hardcase, Ultimate, and Power Max ranges.

Have you heard about a smartphone with 18,000mAh battery? well, if you haven't then you might see a new smartphone coming soon with 18,000mAh battery.

There will also be a couple of "Ultimate" models without the "Pop" moniker, meaning they have a waterdrop notch for the selfie camera instead of the pop-up system. Energizer is claiming to launch 26 new smartphones at MWC 2019 under different series.

The MWC 2019 will kick start from February 25, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. The models will include a foldable smartphone, one equipped with a large battery and others with pop-up selfie cameras, 9to5Google reported.

Of the expected devices, two are expected to spot pop-up cameras, kinda like what we saw with the Vivo Apex a year ago.

The Energizer Ultimate U630S Pop has the same dual front camera setup fitted inside a pop-up module, but only has two rear cameras comprising of a 16-megapixel and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. It will also reportedly sport a 3,200mAH battery and a fingerprint sensor.

The Energizer Ultimate U630S Pop has a 6.3-inch screen with 720p resolution and a larger, 3,500mAh battery.

As you'd expect, battery life is a big deal, with one phone said to boast a whopping 18,000mAh cell - compare that with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, which boasts a comparatively minuscule 4,000mAh battery. 6GB of RAM is inside along with 128GB of storage. According to a report by GSMArena, the Ultimate range will include a total of five smartphones - Ultimate U620S Pop, Ultimate U630S Pop, Ultimate U650S, Ultimate U620S, and Ultimate U570S. The Energizer Ultimate U620S features triple rear cameras, is powered by the MediaTek MT6765 SoC and will be available in two gradient colour options. Oppo's smartphone sales grew 6.8% 29.2 million in the final quarter of a year ago, while Xiaomi's edged upward by 1.4% to 28.6 million, IDC estimated.

The company, known primarily for its batteries (and that bunny ad), actually has quite a few in its lineup, though the devices it sells are mostly niche products: rugged phones, phones with huge batteries and the like.

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