Innos D600 boasts 6000mah battery and USB C

innos d600 usb c

It hasn’t taken long for Chinese phone makers to adopt USB C, with Innos being one of the first to confirm they will use the new standard for their Innos D600.

Chinese phone maker Innos, although not very well-known internationally, have a long tradition of making large battery phones. Their latest will boast a massive 6000mAh battery, which dwarfs anything that we have seen in a smartphone before!

Obviously with so much juice on board the designers at Innos wanted users to be able to use the phone as a power bank for charging, which you will with the included USB C to USB adapter cable.

innos d600 usb c

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In the past we have seen large battery phones look good on the power side of the spec sheet only to fall flat on the performance side, but this is not the case here. The Innos D600 will ship with 3GB RAM, a Snapdragon 615 processor, 32GB memory, a 5.2-inch 1080p Gorilla Glass display, 5 mega-pixel front camera and 16 mega-pixel OVI6825 rear sensor.

The phone also supports FDD-LTE, TD-LTE, GSM, and 20 frequency modes for “World Coverage”.

If all that wasn’t enough a Wolfson audio decoder is in there too and the phone measures in at only 144 x 72.2 x 11.9mm which isn’t bad considering the massive battery. Pricing and launch date to be announced.

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  1. Muhammad Yasir
    March 25, 2015

    i dont know what to say…

    • Yeti hand
      March 25, 2015

      noo noo! Don’t resist!! Let it out loudly

  2. March 25, 2015

    Hmm when will this be available? This will serve well as a backup phone. Will love to buy two of this for me and my wife.

  3. Tasi
    March 25, 2015

    “launch date to be announced”: 1. April!
    To good to be true? 😉

  4. Ivo001
    March 25, 2015

    The battery doesn’t dwarf everything. There’s still the Elephone P5000 and the THL 5000.

    Specs look good. width and length are really good. Would be nice if the thickness was 10.5mm max or something. But can’t complain much.

  5. jauling
    March 25, 2015

    this seems quite interesting.. anything with a “smallish” screen, 3GB memory, 64bit SoC, does pique my interest!

  6. superbattery
    March 25, 2015

    Is this like a 18650 from aliexpress with 6000mah ????

  7. jauling
    March 25, 2015

    BTW, is showing this as called the D6000. I’m having a difficult time confirming this has 3GB memory, as other articles say its only 2GB. The website while pretty, is a bit crappy to navigate.

  8. sacir
    March 25, 2015

    5.2 inch screen! Perfect!
    Yet, with the same size as my THL 5000! Perfect!
    Qualcomm chip so the GPS does’t suck, great!

    Specifications here:

  9. March 25, 2015

    aah, the milli Amp Hour race is on!

  10. March 25, 2015

    A Chinese phone to get excited about. After having used both the boring Lenovo P780 with a 2-3 day battery life and the much more stylish Lenovo K900 with a less than one day battery life, I would pick the boring P780 over the K900 every time. When you use a phone with such a long lifespan, it’s hard to go back.

  11. Xiaolu
    March 25, 2015

    I’m using right now the Innos D10 and this seems to be a major upgrade. But:

    1. Optimization could be MUCH BETTER, so one doubts it’s a real 6000 mAh. With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 (4 Cortex A5 @1.2 Ghz) it should get longer battery life. Yeah, you can get 5 to 9h on screen time, but again, not enough for that beast of a battery.

    2. Still in JB 4.1.2 aaaand, no upgrades to expect. On top of that, the ROM is only in Chinese and English.

    3. Rest of the package is ‘meh’-like, totally unimpressive, though not really bad (cameras, build quality -this new D600 seems much better).

    4. Customer service is REALLY GOOD, if you live in China, I had an issue and they not only repaired for free, but in less than 2 days. Good guys!

    5. Price was CNY1,500, so, today would be around USD240. Yeah, not cheap (I thought “not expensive for that battery”).