You will soon get to lay your hands on a smartphone that will incorporate a hardcore 4,000 mAh battery. We are not talking about prototype models here, but about the Lenovo P70t which is highly expected to provide a marathon backup time.
According to a GizmoChina report, the Lenovo P70t's 4,000 mAh battery will offer users a robust 46 days standby time, and the smartphone is expected to be a pure mid-ranger by virtue of technical specifications.
This smartphone will be released (and manufactured) by China-based Lenovo known for its reliability and high-end smartphone offerings.
Lenovo P70t should do well to attract business users who prefer executing a chunk of their work through their smartphones and devices more mobile than a computer/laptop.
Another bonus that the Lenovo P70t will offer to users is that its 4,000 mAh battery will be removable and not fixed, according to the GizmoChina report. It also states that the smartphone will be driven by a 64-bit MediaTek processor with LTE-capability.
The smartphone's battery is also claimed to offer up to six hours of phone-calling time, on just a 15-minute charge.
Buyers of Lenovo P70t should also notice unused background apps shutting down automatically, every time the phone is locked.
The rumoured key hardware aspects of Lenovo P70t are as follows:
- 5in 720p display
- MediaTek MT6732 64-bit processor
- 1 GB RAM
- 13 MP primary camera
- 5MP secondary camera for video calling
- Dual SIM-card support
- 4G LTE, 3G, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and microUSB connectivity
- 4,000 mAh changeable battery, theoretically expected to offer a standby time of up to 46 days
Lenovo's P70t 4,000 mAh battery smartphone is expected to be available commercially very soon.
Benchmarks indicating the Lenovo P70t's real-world battery backup capabilities have not surfaced as of now, but these statistics are expected shortly.
Gauging by the above tech-specs, it would be safe to assume that Lenovo will not charge your entire month's pay for the P70t smartphone.