A factor I discovered as of late: Energizer has been promoting smartphones for years. Or, to be extra exact, telephones bearing the Energizer emblem and brand were on sale for a very long time. I assume in a international the place Kodak places its identify on selfie sticks (and, at this yr’s CES, headphones), Energizer’s brazen rebadging of a generic Android tool will have to be inside the realm of the predicted.
Produced beneath license through Avenir Telecom, the Energizer Power Max P600S is a extraordinary mixture of finances and top rate options. Up entrance, it seems like an LG V30 with fairly thicker (although nonetheless tiny) bezels, and at the inside of — residing as much as the consequences of its emblem — the phone has a four,500mAh battery. On the rear, there’s a dual-camera gadget and a fingerprint sensor. You will even get this tool with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable garage. But the elongated 6-inch display best has a 2160 x 1080 solution, the rear quilt is plastic, albeit with a pretend carbon fiber development, and Avenir has opted for a MediaTek chip to chop prices. Oh, and the P600S runs Android Nougat, which is going to be two years previous this yr.
Even with its cost-cutting measures and meager potentialities of seeing an Android replace, the Energizer P600S prices $349.99 with 32GB of garage and 3GB of RAM or $439.99 with with a doubling of each. It can be to be had in February throughout Europe, and, at some level in the second one quarter of this yr, within the United States.