Bluboo X550 to launch next month carrying a massive 5300mAh battery

Bluboo X550 to launch next month carrying a massive 5300mAh battery
If a long battery life is one of the features you crave when looking for a new smartphone, you might want to pray to the phone gods that the Bluboo X550 will be available in your region of the world. This handset carries with it a rather hefty 5300mAh battery. That will tie the Bluboo X550 with the Philips W6618. The batteries on both models are just 50mAh smaller than the 5350mAh cell shoe-horned into the Elephone P5000.

Most of the specs are unknown at this point, although the device is powered by the 64-bit quad-core MediaTek MT6735 CPU. The phone supports 4G LTE connectivity and will have Android 5.0 pre-installed. The Bluboo X550 will be available in black and white, and the bezels on the device are thinner than average. Even with the huge battery, the phone will have a power saving mode to squeeze out the last drop of available power.

The manufacturer, Shenzhen Huihua Exploit Technology Co., will be holding an event between April 18th-21st to launch the device. Pricing has yet to be disclosed.


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source: TechGadgets

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19 Comments

1. AppleCultist

Posts: 335; Member since: Feb 18, 2015

Yup. You gonna need that large battery capacity if you're gonna use a SD 810 or a Mediatek chip.

3. Dread

Posts: 18; Member since: Jun 25, 2014

Why? Meizu M1 Note has "normal" battery capacity and battery life is excelent

2. jngo102

Posts: 50; Member since: Jan 15, 2015

When will we get a flagship device with this capacity of battery? The THL 5000, Marathon M3, and Studio Energy are all mid-range phones. I'd love to see this in a top-tier phone.

7. datagrab

Posts: 49; Member since: Feb 13, 2015

search lenovo k920

16. thartist

Posts: 45; Member since: Jul 14, 2014

I want a flagship from a major company with that battery AND WITHOUT a stupid QHD screen! (Looking at you Droid Maxx)

19. BlazeHN

Posts: 10; Member since: Jan 27, 2014

I hear you bro, I want a 5000+ mAh battery, 5.5" screen (720p or 1080p max), at least 3GB RAM, and a top tier processor, that is virtually imposible to find right now.

4. tricky

Posts: 34; Member since: Dec 18, 2013

" That will tie the Bluboo X550 with the Philips W6618 for the largest battery shoe-horned into a handset." The Elephone P5000 Technically is bigger with a 5350mah battery, Innos D10 supposedly will have 6000mah, and the Highscreen Boost 2 SE has a 6000mah version as well.

6. Alan01

Posts: 627; Member since: Mar 21, 2012

Thanks for the heads-up. An Elephone never forgets. Regards, Alan F.

8. Furbal unregistered

Punny!

5. hmd74

Posts: 540; Member since: Jan 31, 2013

Who gives a s**t? :|

14. Awesoman64

Posts: 292; Member since: Mar 18, 2015

Everyone gives a heck, you hypocrite

9. Totse2k15

Posts: 478; Member since: Feb 11, 2014

Funny [a]ss name for a smartphone.

10. Scott93274

Posts: 6040; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

Compelling device, unfortunately I know nothing of the brand and that's an immediate turn off for me.

11. pwnarena

Posts: 1129; Member since: Feb 15, 2013

why don't manufacturers put multiple battery cells in smartphones for faster charging without causing faster battery degradation? batteries nowadays are not that big while phones have gotten bigger. two rectangular 1500 mah batteries charged together will mean faster charging (with a special charger that delivers simultanous two 4.5v/5v power to two cells) and less risks.

13. Planterz

Posts: 2120; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

For one thing, you'll lose capacity in the space it takes for extra packaging; you'd have significantly more than 2x the capacity in a single batter than 2 smaller ones. For another, a larger battery will have lower internal resistance, which means it's more efficient, and thus have better life; a 3000mAh batter will give more than twice the life of 2x1500mAh. It also makes it more durable over time. The fact that you'd be recharging it less also gives it a longer lifespan over time.

12. toyboyz

Posts: 235; Member since: Jan 22, 2010

I thought the idea was to go smaller battery or alt power source for communication and future other alternate applications?

15. Awesoman64

Posts: 292; Member since: Mar 18, 2015

Hmmmm, sacrificing functionality for a big-ass battery, May I say,"Bravo Bluboo".

17. 10basetom

Posts: 12; Member since: Sep 18, 2012

This is a battery with a phone attached, not a phone with a battery attached.

18. fuelband

Posts: 28; Member since: Jul 19, 2013

I would sure buy a smartphone from a manufacturer with the name "Exploit Technology, Co."

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