Energizer, a battery maker, has announced it plans to launch a "superhero" smartphone with a feature missing from smartphones on the market, in addition to a foldable display.
The new Energizer will contain a massive 18,000 mAh battery, which will be a key solution to a problem that afflicts many smartphone users.
The leaks have revealed that the company will announce the launch of more than one phone during the World Smartphones conference to be held in Barcelona this year, including the phone "Power Max", "Ultimate", "Energy" and "Hard Case".
Leaks indicate that the PowerMax phone will have a capacity of 18,000 mAh, the longest battery of all time for a smartphone in the world.
The lower-capacity versions will come with low capacity batteries, while the new phones will feature 3 cameras (16 megapixel camera – 5 megapixel camera and 2 megapixel camera), plus 6 GB of random memory and 128 GB of storage.
The French company Avignon Telecom is manufacturing Energizer phones, previously selling low-cost phones under Energizer's license, before finally deciding to enter the competition with major companies such as Apple and Samsung.