The Chinese smartphone YAAO 6000 Plus - branded Lamborghini - has set a record: an "exaggerated" 10,900 mAh battery, the world's largest
If there's one feature that heavy smartphone users dream of more than anything else, it's a reliable battery that can last at least a day, or maybe more... This Chinese model won't win any beauty contests, but on the terrain of battery life, no one beats it.
It can't be said that manufacturers don't try to please increasingly demanding users in every possible way imaginable. The models of recent years are aesthetically more sophisticated and more powerful than in the past, with excellent cameras and display, with powerful processors but low consumption, and are increasingly thinner at the expense of the battery. A normal smartphone with a 5-inch screen as, for example, the Galaxy S7, however, does not go beyond a battery of about 3,000 mAh. The Lamborghini "made in China" has a 10,900 mAh battery: three times more capacious.
Exaggerated battery, and the rest?
The Chinese smartphone YAAO 6000 Plus, if you exclude the 10,900 mAh battery and the Lamborghini brand, does not offer other significant features. From a purely technical point of view has a 5.5-inch TFT screen with HD resolution (720 x 1280 pixels), a processor SoC MediaTek MT6735 quad-core 64-bit and frequency 1.5 GHz, 16 GB of internal memory expandable via MicroSD and a dual camera (main 13 megapixel and front 5 MP). It supports, however, dual SIM, to which are added 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. The YunOS operating system is based on Android. YAAO 6000 Plus pays the price, however, of such a large battery in terms of thickness: a good 18.1 mm. Otherwise, it's currently on sale on the Jingdong website at a price of 1,499 Yuan, or about 205 euros (at today's exchange rate). It's unlikely we'll see it on sale around here because, it seems, it's intended exclusively for the Asian market.