Luckily for us, big battery phones have slowly become the norm. Flagships now ship with bigger batteries and – for those who are on a tighter budget – we have Chinese devices with overkill capacities. The latter ones do usually come with a drawback though, their humongous size.
The Blackview P6000 is the latest battery phone that promises to break that rule. The handset will indeed pack a huge 6180mAh battery capacity that can do 960 hours of standby time and 45 hours of calling; all of that jammed in just 9.8mm of thickness, which is in line with many “normal” phones. The battery also supports 12/2A quick charge and it can be refilled in just 108 minutes.
What’s even more surprising is that Blackview brings a new power technology on the P6000 – it’s called “Dual-chip charging design”. Usually, when voltage is limited to 3.7V on the lithium battery, the charging current will produce overheating. In order to avoid this problem, the P6000 introduces Dual-chip charging technology, which means two chips are being utilized, so that it can provide the maximum current available, charge faster as the 2 chips share the current, at the same time, the phone temperature will not get too high, which makes it pretty safe.
Blackview P6000 main specs: