At the risk of getting too philosophical about our gadgets, what use is a smartphone that can’t be used? But then, that’s why we have mega-battery devices like the Holly 2 Plus.
That’s right, nothing sours the smartphone experience like finding yourself in front of an awe-inspiring Himalayan sunset, but with a phone that’s so low on juice, you have to choose between taking photos or navigating your way back to your campsite.
But you’ll probably be able to banish those fears if you get a device with a supertanker-sized battery - something like Honor’s new Holly 2 Plus. Yup, with a 4000mAh battery, you’d have to be some kind of Internet addict to run out of juice before making it back to a charging point. But that’s not the only trick this phone has up its sleeve - it can also act as a power bank for your other devices.
And what about the rest of the specs? Well, you get a 5in, HD IPS display, Android 5.1, a quad-core Mediatek 6735 processor, 2GB RAM, Quick Charge and 16GB storage. And with support for microSD cards (up to 128GB), you should also be able to carry along enough music for a long trip. As for the cameras, there’s a 13MP one at the rear, with a 5MP selfie camera at the front. Interestingly, the Holly 2 Plus supports not just 4G LTE but also Reliance CDMA. Honor’s also giving out a 15-month warranty, with one-month damage cover for the LCD.
The Holly 2 Plus will retail at ₹8499 and will be available via Flipkart and Amazon. Pre-orders are on now, with sales starting February 15.