MWC 2015: Innos Yi Luo D6000 Handset with Dual batteries pack 6000mAh battery capacity
This is the first time I am coming across the Innos (Innos Yi Luo) brand and you should be surprised it is a Chinese local manufacturer. The company was present at the MWC 2015 and showed off the Innos Yi Luo D6000 (Innos D6000) smartphone which currently packs the world’s biggest battery at 6000mAh on a smartphone. The company had a smartphone back in 2012 with a 4160mAh battery on the Innos D9 smartphone.
The Innos Yi Luo D6000 packs a battery which fits mostly into tablets and still manages to be easily handled at 11.6mm thick, not too bulky for what it offers. The device uses a combination of two batteries – one 2500mAh unit which is embedded inside the device and a removable 3500mAh unit. With the help of the D6000’s Type-C micro USB port both batteries are charged at the same time and is said to fully charge within 120 minutes (2 hours) which is impressive.
Moving to the specs, it sports a 5.2-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) Full HD display, powered by an octa-core Qualcomm snapdragon 615 processor (64-bit) with 3GB of RAM, 16MP main camera with f/2.2 aperture, 85-degree wide angle and a front 5MP camera for selfies. It runs on a skinned version of Android 4.4 Kitkat OS and majorly supports 4G LTE (mostly compatible with bands in China).
The Innos Yi Luo D6000 was only exhibited in Barcelona but is expected to arrive later in March or Early April in the Chinese market for a price around $280. Availability outside the domestic market is very unlikely.