A thing I learned today: Energizer has been selling smartphones for years.
Or, to be more precise, phones bearing the Energizer brand and logo have been on sale for a long time.
I suppose in a world where Kodak puts its name on selfie sticks (and, at this year’s CES, headphones), Energizer’s brazen rebadging of a generic Android device should be within the realm of the expected.
Produced under license by Avenir Telecom, the Energizer Power Max P600S is a peculiar mix of budget and premium features.
Up front, it looks like an LG V30 with slightly thicker (though still tiny) bezels, and on the inside — living up to the implications of its brand — the phone has a 4,500mAh battery.
On the rear, there’s a dual-camera system and a fingerprint sensor.