Stop That CES Nonsense, Buy A Phone That Lasts 15 Years On A Single AA Battery
No, seriously. Stop obsessing over that all that spec nonsense coming out of the Consumer Electronics Show right now, and get down to earth again. A newly introduced phone, SpareOne, one-ups every other phone ever made in the most important specification: battery life. It lasts up to 15 years (that’s 5475 days, not counting leap days) in standby, and let’s you talk for 10 hours, drawing its juice from a single AA battery. And since it’s designed with emergency use in mind, it even includes a flashlight.
You can make calls, without worrying about your battery.
What more could you want from a phone?
Check out SpareOne (via The Verge).
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