Doogee Homtom HT6 packs a 6250mAh battery

doogee homtom ht6

Doogee are so set on providing customers with large battery smartphones that they have released a sub brand, HomTom, that will specialise in only big capacity phones.

The name Homtom comes from the Chinese name of “Heng Tong” that in turn roughly means an “eternal connection” quite an apt name for a brand that will specialise in large batter smartphones.

The first of the Homtom range is the Homtom HT6, a 9.9mm smartphone with 6250mAh battery! In comparison the recently announced OnePlus 2 measures 9.85mm and has just a 3300mAh battery.

That huge battery would be a nightmare to charge under standard conditions, but fortunately the HT6 comes with Mediatek’s PumpExpress Plus fast charging system (another feature lacking on the OP2) which will reportedly charge the 6250mAh battery to %75 capacity in only 30 minutes!

A 5.5-inch 12280 x 720 display, and quad-core Mediatek MT6735 processor means lower power consumption for even longer run times. Other details include a 13 mega-pixel Sony main camera and 5 mega-pixel front sensor, alloy chassis and Android 5.1 Lollipop.

Pricing is not yet confirmed but the launch time is September so not long to wait.

[ Doogee ]
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