The largest smartphone battery ever has been incorporated into the Elephone P5000, which means that if speculations are correct, this phone will have the best battery life on the market. The Chinese smartphone maker announced that the Elephone P5000 will feature the largest smartphone battery ever and the fact that it measures 5350 mAH makes this device as unique as it gets. The Elephone P5000 isn’t anything to write home about otherwise, being very similar to Samsung Galaxy phones in design.
You might think that the largest smartphone battery would make the phone bulky as hell, but even though the Elephone P5000 isn’t the thinnest phone ever, it sure looks pretty great and manageable. Elephone says that the phone will be able to pull through 4 days of moderate use, which would be amazing for a smartphone these days. Aside from having the largest smartphone battery ever, the Elephone P5000 also features fast charging, being able to charge up to 70% in an hour or so. The Elephone P5000 measures 144*71*9.3 mm, which is not that big of a deal, even though its bulkier than most smartphones you would find out there.
The device packing the largest smartphone battery ever has a 5 inch 1080p display and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat, powered by an octa core MediTek MT6592 CPU, backed by 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory. A few of its outstanding features (aside from the largest smartphone battery ever) are NFC, a fingerprint scanner and a 16 MP rear shooter coupled with an 8 MP front sensor. Those specs point towards a pretty high-end Chinese smartphone and our interest is piquing, not just because the battery life on this bad boy should be impressive. The Elephone P5000 should be launched in January 2015, but the price hasn’t been disclosed yet. The good news is that the Elephone P5000 should be available internationally and should be compatible with most U.S. LTE bands, so if you’re interested in owning a phone with the largest smartphone battery ever, you’ll be able to order it online.