If a soda company could make a smartphone, then it isn’t surprising for a power company to make one. The longest lasting battery brand Energizer, has released its very first smartphone known as the Power Max 600s, the phone comes with a 4500mAh battery and aims to offer over 12 hours of use and 16 hours of standby, and it features a pretty cool carbon fibre looking back that we haven’t seen a while on smartphones.

If you think Energizer would have maxed out everything on its first smartphone, you’ll be disappointed to know that it is powered by a Mediatek Helio P25 processor, which isn’t exactly the most efficient chipset we have known, but on the other hand, it does come with a decent 18:9 5.99-inch FHD+ display, 3GB RAM/32GB storage or 4GB RAM/64GB storage configuration, a dual camera system consisting of a 13MP+5MP lens, and an 8MP selfie camera, which ain’t to shabby for a mid-range smartphone.

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The Power Max 600s is set to release this month and no pricing has been indicated just yet, question is, would you buy this because of its battery?