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7 smartphones with at least 4,000mAh batteries

Almost a year ago we brought you a list of seven smartphones with huge battery capacities that pack at least 3,000mAh worth of juice. We’re now updating that list and bumping up the standards to at least 4,000mAh. Take a look at our new list of seven smartphones with large capacity batteries.

CloudFone Thrill 400qx_2

Lenovo S860

lenovo s860

One of Lenovo’s latest offering is the S860 that packs a 5.3-inch HD display, MT quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and dual-SIM capabilities. It has a 4,000mAh battery which is a good starter for our list.

Lenovo P780


Another one from Lenovo that sports a 5-inch display, quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and dual-SIM capabilities is the P780. It’s the successor to the 3,500mAh-packing P770 but now with a 4,000mAh battery like the S860. It is also an older device which arrived locally in August of last year.

Cherry Mobile Fuze

CM Fuze

CM’s first to sport a huge battery is the Fuze. It packs a 5-inch display with Dragontrail glass, MT quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM and it’s dual-SIM capable as well. It’s main feature is its 4,000mAh battery that can be used to charge other devices.

Huawei Ascend Mate 2 LTE



Its predecessor, the Ascend Mate, made it to our first list last year because of its 4,050mAh battery. The new Ascend Mate 2 LTE replaces it with slightly upgraded internals and updated OS. The sad news is Huawei didn’t increase the battery one bit and sports the same capacity as its predecessor. Still, it’s one of the largest we’ve seen for a smartphone of this size.

Gionee M2

gionee m2

Gionee, a smartphone brand that has entered the local scene just last year, also has a power-packed offering in the form of the M2. The Gionee M2 sports a 5-inch display, a quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and dual-SIM capabilities. A pretty modest handset but its 4,200mAh battery isn’t something to scoff at.

CloudFone Thrill 400qx

CloudFone Thrill 400qx _1

CloudFone’s entry-level 400qx takes a different approach when it comes to providing huge battery life. Instead of packing a single slab of battery under the hood, it comes with two removable batteries in its package – a 3,000mAh + 1,450mAh. All in all you’ll get 4,450mAh worth of power which is not bad at all.

CloudFone Thrill 530qx


CloudFone topped our list last year with the 4,160mAh-packing Thrill 430x. But it’s time to pass the crown now to the Thrill 530qx. It’s a 5.3-inch smartphone that sports an MTK quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, dual-SIM capabilities. The best part is its massive power tank amounting to 4,500mAh.

Did we miss something? Feel free to add to this list by writing it down the comments field below.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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18 Responses

  1. meh says:

    All terrible phones, which probably use a lot of battery due to the bad mediatek chips

    • Justin says:

      Hear hear!… I couldn’t agree more.

    • moh says:

      say no to drugs and stay in school bago magpost

    • francis says:

      Depends on your needs. Give one of these to your granma / granpa and it’ll mean the world to them.

    • Phillip says:

      @Meh – I disagree. Been using the P780 for 3 months now and I’ve never been more satisfied. I surf the net and even play games/watch videos most of the time and I never worry if my phone would last one whole day without charging. The camera’s performance is a bonus as well. I believe once you go long-lasting, the smartphone experience will never be the same. :)

    • abuzalzal says:

      Ignoramus ka naman @meh

      Mediatek chips are known for their power efficiency, yun nga lang these phones doesn’t offer any added bonus apart from the gargantuan battery

      For the price of a P780, you can essentially buy TWO phones with the same SoC in it…Ganun ka-overpriced ‘ton phone na ‘to…

      Naloko ka ng Levovo dude lol

    • Phillip says:

      @Abuzalzal – hindi din. LOL

  2. Kevin says:

    Sana listed according to price.

  3. abuzalzal says:

    I see the word ”RIP-OFF” written all over these phones

    The Lenovo P780 takes the cake lolmao

    Cloudfone natutulog sa pansitan, they haven’t released anything worthwhile since … forever.

    Wake up Wake up….You need more than an ample of battery juice to attract attention…How about a 720p device? LOOOL

  4. Greg says:

    This is just a list which anyone can pull out of their ass. How about an actual review or hands-on of the phones?

  5. Looking like CloudFone has the knack for putting huge batteries on their phones

  6. Sammy says:

    Its NOT always about NUMBERS!
    Its depende rin yan sa pag OPTIMIZE ng Manufacturer.

    Kahit pareho ang battery capacity

    LG G2 beats Xperia Z1 !

  7. 2pe says:

    how about their charging times? will it also take longer charging times for these phones?

  8. barepink says:

    not on lenovo P780.charging time for this unit usually last up to 2.5-3hrs lang for a 4-day max usage of this phone.

  9. ranjeet says:

    I think gionee m2 is the best phone for battery life, I m still using it and I have no complaints….. U should try it…love Gionee……

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  11. I want to buy thl 5000 mobile. But i donot know price about Thl 5000 mobile phone.

  12. Mofazzal says:

    Hiya all

    Battery size does matter. When you have to spend the day moving about and your phone dies out by 1pm, then you will understand why a large battery pack, that can take you till the night when you can put it on charge again, matters so much.

    Those phones with so much of high specs but useless batteries. What is the use of it all if the battery can not allow you to use it freely????


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