Not a big fan of smartphones with low battery capacity which won’t guarantee you maximum time with your device? Seems the eggheads over at Macoox thinks a great piece of advancement to stick in a 9000mAh battery or rather power bank into their new Macoox EX1 device.
The Chinese company are looking to put the power-draining Android devices on a new high with greater battery capacity. The down-side being of course, the device turns out to be a rather bulky, and heavy Android running ‘power-bank’.
The Macoox EX1 features a 4.5-inch display, there’s 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage on board the device. The chipset it’s powered by is yet unknown, but there’s word it houses a quad-core CPU. The EX1 features dual cameras like every modern device, the main shooter is an 8MP camera adorned with an LED flash, and the front snapper or selfie camera is a 2MP shooter.
Pricing and avialability of the Macoox EX1 device is yet unknown, but if you would like one of the device, we hope you already are into really baggy pants that can hold what appears to be a 14 or 15 mm thick body of the device.