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Innos Yi Luo D6000: octa-core with 6000mAh battery




Remember the Wickedleak Wammy Titan 4 with a huge 5330mAh battery? Forget about that for now. Take a look at the Innos Yi Luo D6000 – an Android with a 5.2-inch display, Snapdragon 615 octa-core CPU, 4G LTE connectivity, and a massive 6000mAh battery.

The Innos Yu Luo D6000 claims to have the world’s largest mobile phone battery at 6000mAh capacity. But here’s the fun part, it actually carries two batteries inside – a removable one with a capacity of 3520mAh and a sealed one. The phone will display two battery statuses as both batteries charge and drain at the same time.

Other specs include a 5.2-inch JDI Full HD display at 424ppi, 64-bit 1.8GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa-core CPU, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 16 megapixel rear camera, 4G LTE connectivity, and the new USB3.1 Type-C interface. All of that are housed in a chunky body measuring 11.9mm thick.

The Innos Yi Luo D6000 will arrive in China by early April. Pricing is yet to be announced.

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

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17 Responses

  1. Ex-Alodian Knight says:

    Dear My|Phone
    Wanna win the market share of the madla?

    1. get this phone.
    2. rebrand it into RIO Giga
    3. ???
    4. Profit!

    • denise says:

      hindi magiging pangmasa ito. mataas ang specs niya para gawing cheap phone. above 10K ito na hindi gaanong papatusin ng masa.

      kung below 5k nga, daming reklamo na sa 1GB RAM na octacore na below 2k ang battery, ito pa kayang 3GB RAM, 6k batt at 32GB storage. pag nagkaroon siguro ng mas mataas sa octacore at maphase out ito, baka sakali pa na gawing less than 10k ito.

    • Dildo Daggins says:

      Hindi basta-basta or ganun kadali yung sinasabimo, maraming Chinese brands na hindi nagpapa rebrand

    • Ex-Alodian Knight says:

      @Denise
      Pero it’s a Snapdragon octacore chip. mas bilib ang masa sa SD kaysa sa Mediatek. Pero if not, they can rebrand it into “Ocean Giga”. Since RIO is the affordable and decent midranger. This best fits the Ocean Class.

      @D. Daggins
      Proof or didn’t happen.

    • ionlink says:

      ang papatayin nito kung saka sakali ay ang mga local b

    • gadgeteer says:

      ang papatayin nito kung saka sakali ay ang mga local rebranded phones, the next best thing to an iphone or branded phone is an unknown branded phone with up to level specs sa mga flagships ng mga branded. ngayon pa lang I cant wait for my trip to china sa april, I will surely buy this and sell my ascend mate7, masyado kasi malaki sa kamay at sa bulsa.

  2. gavincredible says:

    Nice! From the OEM of cloudfone thrill 430x :)

    • archie says:

      OEM pala ng Cloudfone. Alam na kung sino ang maglalabas nito pag merong nagrelease nito sa Pinas.

  3. Easy E says:

    Parang di naman issue diti sa atin ang battery capacity. Yung thl 5000 (tama ba?) Hindi naman bumenta.

    • archie says:

      Hindi bumenta kasi bulky, pangit ang design sa actual tapos wala pang masyadong promotion. Pero yung 5000 mah ng Gionee Marathon e bentang benta sa India.

  4. jp says:

    The question is, who will adapt this specific phone model here in the Philippines. For sure, this will be a hit dahil sa taas ng specs. One of the best feature is the USB3.1 “always right” interface.

  5. Butt Sniffer says:

    I just hope they won’t screw up the GPU, like what they did with the D9 & D10 Imagine if this runs on another adreno 203 XD

  6. lucio says:

    Big. Batt. Wolf.

  7. lucio says:

    sorry, premature. 2 batteries :(

    • archie says:

      Non-removable ang 2500mah battery. Unang nauubos yung sa removable 3500mah kaya double battery icon ang nakalagay sa status at 12mm lang ang thickness. Baka sinusubukan pa lang kaya ninipis pa at madedevelop in the future.

  8. mike says:

    kung sana kayang gumawa ng ganitong phone ng local phone brands

    well, maski sana quad-core and 2gb ram pwede na.

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