Blackview P10000 Pro with massive 11,000mAh battery is here

This will put all other big battery smartphones to shame.

Blackview has unveiled the P10000 Pro, a smartphone with a battery size that makes every other smartphone look like something running out of juice. The smartphone packs a massive 11000mAh battery. IT has become harder for OEMs to place bigger batteries in smartphones, thanks to their powerful processors, but the Blackview chose a different path.

Blackview P10000 Pro with massive 11,000mAh battery is here

The new smartphone claims to offer up to 50 days of standby time and up to seven days of use on a single charge. The fully charge the device from scratch, it takes about two hours and 25 minutes if using the 5V/5A charger.

This isn't the only phone to carry such a huge battery. Chinese fellow brand Oukitel also launched its K10000 and K10000 Pro with 10,000mAh batteries with an ability to charge other devices. The battery performance of a device depends on many factors such as the software optimization, a trick firms like Apple and Google have mastered.

As for other specifications, the P10000 Pro flaunts a 5.99-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2160 x 1080 pixel resolution. It is powered by a MediaTek's octa-core Helio P23 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. It runs Android 7.1 Nougat, with an Android 8,1 Oreo update promised in coming days.

It boasts a dual rear camera that comprises a 16MP and 0.3MP sensors, while the front panel also has a dual camera setup with a 13MP and a 0.3MP sensors. The company has also added a facial recognition tech and a fingerprint sensor for added security. The phone will either have a glass or leather back.

The smartphone doesn't have something extraordinary to offer apart from the oversized battery. If you are still willing to give it a try, the device is available at Ali Express for just under $200.

If we talk about the mainstream companies using huge batteries, then a recent example would be the Huawei Mate 10 that uses a 4000mAh battery. It also supports company's Supercharge via the included 4.5V/5A charging brick. Charging a fully drained device with power off takes up 15 minutes to offer 30-35 percent charge, while it takes 30 mins to charge the device up to 55-60 percent. After an hour you get up to 85-90 percent which is pretty impressive for a battery of that size.

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