Do you remember the times, when a phone usually was able to sustain about a week with a single charge. Now the standard is as low as one day. If a phone can endure one day with a single charge and it’s not dead by the time you’re going to bed, then it’s ok. Just plug it in the charger and you’re back to 100% percents in the morning. But probably lots of people dream about that moment, when the phones will be able to last longer with a single charge. So if you are a person looking for phone, which can last for several days, you are just tired of charging your phone every day or you want to be able to play games like Asphalt 8 without being wired with the wall charger, then you can checks some of the phones below.
This is a new phone introduced by THL last month. And it’s made just with one purpose – to deliver long lasting battery for an affordable price. There’s nothing impressive with the phone’s parameters – 4.7 inches qHD screen with resolution 960×540. It has quad-core 1.3GHz MTK6582M processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 5MP back camera and 2MP front camera. It’s pretty standard for Chinese low cost smartphone. But the phone comes with bih 4000 mAh battery and it cost less than $100. Plus it’s running Android 4.4 KitKat. The phone looks promising and if you are looking for big battery for no money, then you can aim at this phone.
Stay tuned for future reviews of THL 4000.
Doogee Titans 2
DG700 (knows as Titans 2) is a sub $150 IP67-certified phone. It’s also dust and shock proof. DG700 has a solid body, metal frame and a what looks like a leather touch on the back. It packs quad-core MT6582 chipset clocked at 1.3GHz paired with 1GB RAM running under Android 4.4 KitKat. It has 8GB expandable memory. The screen in 4.5 inches with qHD resolution (960×540). What is really impressive is the battery size, which is 4000mAh. The not-so-big screen size in combination with qHD resolution and low power consuption chip should give this phone impressive endurance rating (at least it looks like this, but we’ll see). It has 5MP front and 8MP back camera, but actually they are with lower resolution and they are interpolated. One cool feature on the phone is the user-programmable hard key on the right side of the phone, which can serve for different purpose depending on the user’s settings.
If you are looking for a hard-to-break device with huge battery maybe you can cosider Doogee DG700 as one of your options.
Stay tuned for future reviews of Doogee Titans 2.
We can call this phone a classic. The phone has been around for a long time and its price reached tempting low level for what the phone has to offer.For less than $140 you’ll get solid 5 inches body with HD screen resolution (720×1280), 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM, 8MP back camera, 0.3 MP front camera and all this will be powered by quad-core MTK6589 1.2GHz CPU. A 4000mAh battery will take care, so you’ll have enough juice for a few days. The hardware and the operating system are a little bit outdated compared to the other Chinese smartphones at the same price range, however the phone is really popular and there are lots of custom roms running newer Adroid versions.
Again a great phone by Lenovo. The little brother of Lenovo S860 can also offer a long lasting run with a single charge. Being a 4.7 inches device with qHD resolution and low-power-consuming quad-core MTK6582 1.3GHz processor, the phone promises that it can keep a few days on his 3000mAh battery. It also has 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 8MP back camera and 0.3MP fron camera. And all this for less than $150 polished with the nice Lenovo looking-style. It runs Android 4.3, but fortunately there are some KitKat roms out there.
Jiayu is not one of the most popular smartphone producers out of China, but it doesn’t mean that its devices doesn’t deserve some attention. Jiayu G3 offers 4.5 inches screen with HD resolution and quad-core MTK6582 1.3GHz processor. There are 1GB RAM and 4GB ROM on board, 8MP back and 2MP front camera. The battery has a capacity of 3000mAh and should do the job for a few days. The phone is running Android Jelly Bean, but you can’t ask for much more for a phone with a price of about $120.
And we have one affordable phablet here. TCL (the same company behind the Alcatel’s phones production) has one big device with really competitive price. This handset offers 5.5 inches HD screen and octa-core MTK6592M 1.4GHz processor. The multitasking will be served by 1GB RAM and you have 8GB storage on board. The back camera is 8MP and the front one spots 5MP. The battery has a capacity of 3300mAh and should work fine even with the bigger screen and octa-core CPU. The Android version is 4.2, but the sub $120 price could make you think about making a compromise with that.