A couple years back, Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s battery fiasco somewhat ruined the brand’s image. Since then, most phone manufacturer have been taking battery technology and what surrounds it more seriously. The latest company to brad about their safer battery design is the growing phone maker AllCall with their S1, which is also equipped with a large 5000mAh juice pack.
To keep its consumers safe from battery explosion or fire risks, AllCall did indeed design the battery of the latest AllCall S1 with a double protection layer. On one hand, the AllCall chose an ATL cell which is widely used by the biggest phone brands, the likes of Apple, Huawei, etc, due to its high security factor and advanced technology.
On the other hand, the AllCall S1 battery has been structurally protected by a specially-designed stainless steel cover over the surface, preventing it from being pierced, scratched, or soaked accidentally, which could cause potential safety hazard and threat the well being of its consumers. So, it’s nice to know that even smaller brands are taking this issue seriously, putting their customers safety in the first place.
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Learn more about the AllCall S1 on the official website or purchase one over on AliExpress.
actual specs not mentionat in the article:
Rear Camera:5MP interpolated to 8
Battery Capacity(mAh): 3000mAh
The images of the phone are actually misleading, the phones looks a lot different in real life, the bezels are huge, the screen is very low quality, poor visible angle, the case is really very cheap plastic.
You can buy for 50$ a better phone with 4G capabilities and 720p screen.