Innos, a rising Chinese mobile maker has something peculiar up its sleeve during the MWC 2015 event in Barcelona. Quite new to our ears, Innos presents their big guns in the body of D6000, a smartphone with two different batteries. How is this possible, have you just asked?Let’s check this amazingly zany smartphone.
Exposing… the dual life sources which consist of the internal 2.500 mAh battery and 3,500 mAh detachable. Combined power makes up to a hefty 6,000 mAh! As explained by the representative of Innos, the company has prioritized the detachable juicer and has made the internal one to be its backup. To recharge both batteries, Innos has designed Type-C microUSB port with symmetrical charges. Meaning, it will be charging both batteries simultaneously for about 120 minutes. This is one great innovation most especially as the demands from the consumers for a larger battery capacity is getting more aggressive.
Under the hood hides the hardware consisting of Qualcomm’s Octacore Snapdragon 615, 3GB RAM, and Android 4.4.4 Kitkat. Picture enthusiasts will be happy to know about the 16MP primary camera with OmniVision technology and the friendly selfie snapper 5MP front-facer. Let’s not forget about the 5.2-inch touchscreen which serves as the smartphone’s face and the tangible interface between handset and handler.
Innos has priced D6000 at $280 but intends to sell it only within the Chinese boundaries by April.
- Display : 5.2” 1080p display,
- CPU/Chipset :64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615,1.8GHzOctacore CPU
- OS :Android 4.4.4 Kitkat
- RAM :3GB
- Storage : (internal)32GB
- Camera : (primary) 16MP with LED flash; (front) 5MP
- Battery : (internal) 500 mAh (external) 3,500 mAh