[SPONSORED] How did they do it? TECNO Phantom 6 Plus squeezes massive battery into 5mm ultra-slim body casing

As a smartphone user, the last thing you want is for your phone to run out of juice when you need it the most. Usually, a smartphone with 2500mAh battery capacity could last a full work day with moderate use, but if used heavily, may require to be recharged more often.

As a smartphone user, the last thing you want is for your phone to run out of juice when you need it the most. Usually, a smartphone with 2500mAh battery capacity could last a full work day with moderate use, but if used heavily, may require to be recharged more often. 

However, smartphone users have a lot of reasons to celebrate because mobile giant TECNO is set to end the “low battery worry days” with the coming of the new Phantom 6 Plus. The device is said to stomach a battery capacity of about 5000mAh. With this development, it is safe to say TECNO has finally come with a smartphone battery solution. 

 
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But, that is not the amazing thing here: the Phantom 6 Plus would be as slim as 7mm and will stomach a battery capacity close to 5000mAh. I am sure you already know what I am about to ask: HOW DID TECNO MANAGE TO FIT A BATTERY THIS LARGE INTO A 7MM ULTRA SLIM SMARTPHONE?

 

It’s quite amazing if you ask me, owing to the fact that other smartphone devices with smaller battery sizes come with rather fatter design dimensions.

 

Just like its predecessor, the unibody design on the new TECNO Phantom is said to be sealed and the battery is inaccessible –which means, it can't be removed or replaced.

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The new Phantom 6 Plus also has several unconventional specs than any other smartphone device till date, from its super-fast processor to its magnificent camera. I heard that Phantom 6 Plus is already on the market, and I cannot wait to find the truth about phantom 6 Plus in TECNO shops.

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