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Energizer foldable, pop-up camera, 18,000mAh battery phones teased | MWC 2019

05 February 2019 3

Energizer is a US-based brand which is one of the world's largest manufacturers of batteries but also makes mobile phones. These phones are actually manufactured by Avenir Telecom which is the exclusive license holder for using the brand name. And now, it is all set to announce a total of 26 Energizer phones at MWC 2019 in Barcelona.

The announcement regarding the plans was made official via a tweet. It will be the biggest-ever product announcement, in terms of quantity, by the brand at the annual MWC event. Most of these 26 new phones will be feature phones but there will also be smartphones including devices with premium features.

The biggest highlight of Energizer event will be three phones with a foldable display, pop-up selfie camera, and an insane 18,000mAh battery respectively. The last one will be the biggest battery capacity in a smartphone yet. It will be surpassing previous highest of 16,000mAh battery present in the Energizer Power Max P16K Pro. In other words, the brand will be breaking its own record for shipping phones with the biggest battery.

All the phones will be released under four Energizer lineups: Power Max, Energy, Hardcase, and Ultimate. The first lineup includes smartphones with bigger batteries with at least 4,000mAh battery capacity. The next two lineups are about feature phones but Hardcase also focuses on the ruggedness of phones. As for the Ultimate lineup, it is a new series which will feature premium phones with flagship-level features. There will be six smartphones to kick off the series.


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