Friday , June 23 2017

Why the 2500mAh battery in the Xperia Duo could make sense

A few days ago specs for the upcoming Sony Ericsson Xperia Duo were leaked onto the web. Among some of the amazing specs such as a 1.4GHz Dual-Core CPU, 12MP Camera, 1.5GB RAM and a 4.5-inch qHD Display, was a ginormous 2500mAh Battery. After reading it for the first few times, I felt as though there was a miscommunication between the person leaking the information and the person reporting it, because it just seems too far out there and wild. But it might actually be true and here’s why I think that..

You might remember a few months ago when most of the tech sites reported on a new charger and charging technology being made by ST-Ericsson; the PM2300. Now, on the PM2300 information page it says..

Halves the battery charging time: less than 3h for a 25Ah battery/

This would allow the 2500mAh battery in the Xperia Duo to charge extremely quickly. Another piece of information that links up with the Xperia Duo is that ST-Ericsson said the PM2300 will launch in Fall (our Spring) which is around the rumoured September date when the Duo will launch.

This is all speculation, but it does make the idea of a 2500mAh battery in the Xperia Duo more viable. I hope this plays out, as it would be very, very impressive.

 

Buzz Moody  

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alan
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alan

I can’t help but think if this is coming in fall, it is too late to the party. With ICS scheduled for end of the year, most geeks will probably wait for that instead of this. Having said that, if the specs are real, it will be an awesome device

Cloudream
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Cloudream

Isn’t 1Ah=1000mAh -> 25Ah=25000mAh?

Michael Goulding
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Michael Goulding

I agree, not enough zero’s!!

Fezspencer
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Fezspencer

Geez,if it works,bet ya Apple sues them for being successful& threatening their fascist grip on mindless fanboys…

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