Recently, Gionee released its M2017 with a massive 7000 mAh battery pack. It’s not even a week, and there’s a new company competing with Gionee with a gigantic battery phone. The Yaao 6000 Plus offers an insane 10000 mAh (10,900 to be precise) battery capacity.
Notably, smartphones nowadays offer great specifications but struggle to deliver incredible battery experience. Whereas some companies like Gionee, Oukitel, Asus, Lenovo are experimenting with creating long battery life smartphones and pushing the envelope to a greater extent.
Joining the league is the Yaao 6000 Plus. While the battery is a delight, its spec sheet seems to be average.
Design wise the phone looks quite similar to Oukitel K10000. Both the phones are built robustly and designed to last long. Surprisingly, the front flaunts a big Lamborghini’s logo; this creates a stir as the company has not yet declared any partnership with them.
Furthermore, the design looks futuristic and inspired by a sports car.
However, some things are traditional, the power button and the volume rocker sit on the left side of the phone.
Most of the phones with such huge batteries don’t come with such bold design choices. The Yaao 6000 plus looks quaint, in own way.
Interestingly, the front of the Gionee M2017 looks much better than its competitors, while the back of the Yaao is much better.
Sadly, the Yaao 6000 Plus is not the thinnest phone, in fact, it is on the bulkier side with 18.1 mm thickness. The thickness is much higher compared to M2017’s (10.65mm thickness). Also, the Oukitel has a 13.8 mm thickness and still has 10000 mAh battery.
Further, the phone flaunts a 5.5 inch IPS LCD HD (1280 x 720) display. Also, It has a 64-bit Quad-core MediaTek MT6735 SoC clocked at 1.5GHz, coupled with Mali T720 GPU & 1 GB of ram.
It offers a 16 GB of inbuilt storage that can further be expanded upto 64 GB through micro SD cards.
The Yaao 6000 Plus runs on Android Marshmallow with Yun OS skin on top.
For photography, the 6000 Plus has 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera.
Lastly, the phone supports dual sim, 4G/LTE and all the essential sensors including Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS / A-GPS and Bluetooth 4.1.
It’s available at CNY 1,499 (approx ₹15,000) in Gold and Silver color options.
The specifications don’t justify its price, but the massive battery and a hint of partnership with Lamborghini might attract customers, who just want to keep using it for days without worrying to search for a power plug near them.
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