Leaked images of a powerpoint presentation show a 5000mAh battery powering the Nubia N1

Leaked images of a powerpoint presentation show a 5000mAh battery powering the Nubia N1
Gone are the days when a 3300mAh battery was seen as being "massive." That was the capacity of the cell found inside the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX which was released early in 2012. Now, there is even a handset that carries a 10,000mAh battery inside. That would be the Oukitel K10000. But aside from offbeat brands like Oukitel, battery capacity is topping out at about 4000mAh, and even that sized cell is not seen often.

Today, a series of slides surfaced on Weibo showing off what might have been an in-house powerpoint presentation of the Nubia N1. This surfaces less than a week after the unveiling of the Nubia Z11. According to the slides, the Nubia N1 will be powered by a 5000mAh juicer, which should allow users to enjoy long lasting battery life.

Other specs revealed by the powerpoint presentation include a 5.5-inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. Under the hood is a MediaTek Helio P10 chipset which carries an octa-core CPU and the Mali-T860 GPU. 3GB of RAM is inside the handset, along with 64GB of native storage. A fingerprint sensor could be available on the back of the phone, along with a 13MP rear-facing shooter.

The Nubia N1 will be priced at the equivalent of $255 USD. No word yet on when we might see the phone unveiled. You can checkout the leaked images by clicking on the slideshow below.


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via Mobipicker, XiaomiToday

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  • Display 5.5" 1080 x 1920 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP / 13 MP front
  • Processor MediaTek Helio P10, Octa-core, 2000 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 5000 mAh(60h talk time)

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14 Comments

1. SYSTEM_LORD

Posts: 1168; Member since: Oct 05, 2015

How thick is this thing gonna be? The battery cell better be of good quality, or it won't matter too much in the long run

2. zex999

Posts: 92; Member since: Feb 14, 2016

Phones with bigger batteries don't have to be too thick. The Ulefone Power has a 6050mah battery and it is only 9.5mm (0.5mm thicker than the HTC 10), plus it can be found ~$150 showing bigger batteries shouldn't be too expensive. The Oukitel K10000 is only 14.5mm as well. Not having bigger battery or a removable one is just and excuse for planned obsolesce just so they can get you to upgrade to buy the next model. With proper engineering many things are possible.

4. iushnt

Posts: 3060; Member since: Feb 06, 2013

I once owned Gionee with 6000MAh and the battery quality was s**tty. Then I stopped looking for mAh but quality.

5. KingSam

Posts: 1371; Member since: Mar 13, 2016

14.5 mm is thick. A 3000 - 4000 mAh battery can work wonders if properly optimized.

7. GreenMan

Posts: 2694; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

And optimization is the biggest problem... Take MIUI for example. The other day I was watching a speed test of Samsung S7 (Snapdragon 820 Version) and a Xiaomi, also with the same chip... And it was a good few seconds behind in boot-up and game loading times... Apps were also slower to load, about a second or so... Samsung 'may be' overrated, but they sure know about optimization...! The Exynos Version would have destroyed that Xiaomi...! G'Day!

9. zex999

Posts: 92; Member since: Feb 14, 2016

Of course. 14.5 mm is thick, but for 10000mah, to me, it seems pretty reasonable for a phone with that huge of a battery. And, of course 3000-4000mah can work wonders if properly optimized, but 6000mah is even better if properly optimized. Why have a 3000mah optimized battery when you can have a 6000mah optimized battery?

10. TheOracle1

Posts: 2040; Member since: May 04, 2015

Like the Redmi Note 3 Pro with the SD650 and 4000mah. Perfect combination of power and endurance.

3. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

nice screen-to-body ratio, and great spec at that price (except the processor, they should use SD650 or Helio X20 :-/ )

6. GreenMan

Posts: 2694; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

Around here, we have Chinese Feature Phones with batteries as big as 4,000mAh and the company claims a stand by time of up to THREE MONTHS...! Seems like in China, Battery and Screen craze is currently in...! Phablets reaching in the realm of tablets, and batteries breaking the 3,000mAh barrier... Even their feature phones are becoming beefier with displays as big as 3.5"... And as I said, 4,000mAh batteries... China, The next America where BIGGER = BETTER...?

8. zunaidahmed

Posts: 1182; Member since: Dec 24, 2011

When will people understand mAh means nothing in terms of charge capacity but the Wh matters way more. A phone with 4.7V 3500mAh would usually last longer than 3.7V 4000mAh phone. mAh is useless, that's y laptop manufacturers started using Wh to rate batteries, laptop batteries are usually "just" 4500mah -7000mah, LOL

11. kudus

Posts: 52; Member since: Oct 23, 2014

bigger battery capacity i dont mind as long as it includes fast charging capability like dash charge (OP3), VOOC (OPPO), Quick Charge 2.0 & Quick Charge 3.0

12. TheOracle1

Posts: 2040; Member since: May 04, 2015

So if it didn't have fast charge you wouldn't buy it? That doesn't make sense. Put it on the charger overnight and you won't have to charge it for two days. That's the point.

13. kudus

Posts: 52; Member since: Oct 23, 2014

yes of course i will not buy a smatrphone with bigger battery capacity but doesn't include fast charging/quick charge technology.

14. TheOracle1

Posts: 2040; Member since: May 04, 2015

Fair enough. Then buy a 2000mah one that you have to fast charge three times a day. Smh.

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