Considering the number of portable devices that we carry around these days, it goes without saying that there are moments in our lives when we actually forget to charge up one of those devices, and as Murphy’s Law would dictate, it so happens that we need that particular device on the day itself. Well, smartphones tend to need charging each day, but with the Eton Thundergod (Thor), you might be able to stretch that by quite a bit. After all, it comes with a 5,000mAh battery despite measuring a mere 9mm thin.
Eton claims that this particular battery would be able to offer a whopping 1,100 hours of standby time, although this would be nigh impossible for just about any user. Surely you are not going to leave your handset lying there without unlocking it even once, and no one is going to contact you throughout the entire month? The Eton Thundergod runs on an eight-core Mediatek MTK6592 chipset that has been clocked at either 1.7GHz or 2.0GHz, where it sports a Mali-450 GPU, 2GB RAM, and in all probability, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as the mobile operating system of choice. We do wonder whether other smartphone manufacturers are going to work on a battery capacity that will pass the 5,000mAh mark as a regular “feature” down the road.
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