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Large Capacity Phones for Your Pokemon Needs

Which phones in Singapore has the largest battery lives? Thanks to the excessive usage of our mobile phones, we often find our smartphones running out of battery mid-day. The solution, is of course to carry around our portable chargers when we go out on Pokemon Go adventures, but who likes lugging around a heavy portable charger and a troublesome wire along with it?

Credit: Forbes
Credit: Forbes

So at VR Zone, we introduce to you 5 best mobile phones built for endurance and performance thanks to its huge battery capacity.

1. Leagoo Shark 1 ($399)

Credits: GearBest
Credits: GearBest

This incredible beast by Leagoo is a masterpiece, built under $400. The entry-level high-performance smartphone comes in with a huge 6,300mAh worth of battery that can withstand 45 days of standby, 3 days of normal usage, and 2 days of heavy usage. This phone has literally the largest capacity in all the mobile phones available in Singapore and my personal experience with this phablet was remarkable. The fingerprint sensor and sleek body despite its huge size makes it a joy to use. It’s 3GB RAM also allows it to perform fairly well in terms of speed and multitasking.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Battery: 6,300mAh
  • Screen Size: 6.0”
  • Weight: 239g
  • Processor/RAM: MT6753/3GB
  • Camera: 13MP

2. ZenFone Max (From $222)

Asus’s cheap and affordable smartphones have been making waves in Singapore lately. The ZenFone Max is another 5,000mAh smartphone that packs on power without a hefty price tag with its nifty 2GB RAM and laser autofocus camera. For its price, the ZenFone Max delivers a decent performance with occasional lags, but much lesser than other smartphones in its price range.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Battery: 5,000mAh
  • Screen Size: 5.5”
  • Weight: 203g
  • Processor/RAM: Snapdragon 410/2GB
  • Camera: 13MP

3. XiaoMi Mi 5 ($619)

Credits: PhoneArena
Credits: PhoneArena

The Mi 5 was an incredible flagship that wowed the world when it was launched. Although the Singapore variant is slightly overpriced in comparison to its companions overseas, it is still a fairly value-for-money phone. The superb camera and hardware makes the Mi 5 one of the fastest phones and best shooters in this price range. Its 3,000mAh battery may not look like much on paper, but its power-efficient Snapdragon 820 processor makes it a rather enduring smartphone.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Battery: 3,000mAh
  • Screen Size: 5.15”
  • Weight: 129g
  • Processor/RAM: Snapdragon 820/3GB
  • Camera: 16MP

4. Samsung S7 Edge (SRP $1,098)

Everyone knows about the Samsng S7 Edge. This incredible smartphone is a powerhouse in all department. It’s battery life is also exceptional. It’s 3600mAh battery within its shockproof and waterproof case gives it the best endurance rating out of all the smartphones in Singapore due to its power-efficiency. For its speed and performance, such power-efficiency is unmatched. The camera resolution and specifications easily makes it the most powerful Android device in the market. Given its price, it better be.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Battery: 3,600mAh
  • Screen Size: 5.5”
  • Weight: 157g
  • Processor/RAM: Exynos 8890 Octa/4GB
  • Camera: 16MP

5. Oppo R9 Plus (SRP $699)

The world’s renowned selfie powerhouse, the Oppo R9 Plus is a 6.0” phablet that packs on a 4,120mAh battery with VOOC fast-charging technology. The superior front and rear camera that makes Oppo an instant hit gives off a very beautiful colour spectrum in its photos. It’s remarkable processor and RAM also makes it a well-balanced smartphone that’s suited to be used for all purposes.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Battery:4,120mAh
  • Screen Size: 6.0”
  • Weight: 185g
  • Processor/RAM: Snapdragon 652/4GB
  • Camera: 16MP

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A Dentist-To-Be Dabbling in Tech Journalism:

Zayne is a writer who reports for VR-Zone, Stuff Singapore and The New Paper on all things tech-related. Follow this geek on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram!

 

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