Are you tired of having your phone die on you when you least expect it? Do you feel annoyed that you have to charge it every two days even though it is brand new? In order to solve this problem, Chinese company Onyx has created the MIDIA InkPhone, a smartphone whose battery can last up to two weeks with a single charge.
As smartphones become more and more complex, we tend to add apps and other programs that consume their battery faster. As a result, we realize that we have to charge our phone every couple of days. It is most troublesome when we are in the middle of a phone call and it simply closes. In order to rectify this problem, Onyx created a smartphone whose battery can last longer thanks to its unique features.
The MIDIA InkPhone uses a 4.3-inch, front-lit E Ink display, similar to those used in E-Readers, that uses very little power. This device is not made for performance, but endurance. It has an inexpensive Rockchip CPU and a low amount of RAM. Moreover, its storage memory is only 4 GB, but you can add up to 32GB more with a microSD card. In addition, the MIDIA InkPhone has no camera.
Due to its specs, the device has several limitations. Some apps might run slow and you have to side load the store apps first. However, the MIDIA InkPhone is a cross between an E-reader and a smartphone. It has a battery that lasts a long period of time and comes with the benefit of the E Ink screen. What’s more the price is lower because of its specs.
If you want a solid E-reader with telephone capacities, then the MIDIA InkPhone is the perfect choice. Would you buy it?