Energizer Power Max P18K Pop with 18,000mAh battery and pop-up front camera to launch at MWC 2019

“The smartphone will be devoid of any notch, instead it will feature a pop-up module for the dual front cameras”

Avenir Telecom, the licensing partner of Energizer Mobile has one of the most extensive launch lineups of anyone at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Out of the staggering 26 phones the company will announce at the fair, one has been confirmed to be the Power Max P18K Pop. Now, if you’re wondering what’s so special about it, get this — the smartphone apparently features a mind-boggling 18,000mAh battery, dual-selfie pop-up cameras and triple rear cameras among other things. The company has further stated that after its unveiling at the MWC, the product will start shipping during the summer.

Energizer Power Max P18K Pop With 18,000mAh Battery, Dual Pop-Up Selfie Cameras to Launch at MWC 2019

Energizer Power Max P18K Pop will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P70 SoC coupled with 6GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage. It will further sport a 6.2-inch Full HD+ display (notch-less) and dual front cameras (16MP+2MP), housed in a pop-up unit. On the back side there will be a vertically aligned triple lens setup featuring 12MP, 5MP, and 2MP sensors. However the main attraction point of this smartphone is going to be its 18,000mAh battery, which according to Energizer will allow users to make up to 90 hours of calls, listen to 100 hours of music and watch around 2 days of video on a single charge.

In standby mode, the battery will last up to 50 days, plus the smartphone will come with fast charging support. Some other Energizer smartphones lined up for the event include Ultimate U620S Pop, Ultimate U630S Pop, Ultimate U650S, Ultimate U620S, and the Ultimate U570S.

Given his obsession with all things tech, becoming a writer in this field was the natural career progression for Siddhant. When he's not busy following the tech world, he loves spending time with pets or slaying Messi on the virtual soccer field.
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