The vkworld T1 Plus Kratos is the upcoming Android powered Smartphone from the Chinese Smartphone manufacturer, vkworld. The device features a 6-inch huge JDI display with many edge technologies. To balance the power consumption of the huge screen used in vkworld T1 Plus Kratos, vkworld puts a Sony 4300mAh Li-Polymer battery under that 7.9mm aluminium alloy thin body.
Nowadays, batteries used in the mobile phones can be classified into two types: Li-ion and Li-Polymer. Li-ion technology has been used for a very long time and Li-polymer is being used now on many smartphones. Li-ion batteries are very mature and advanced, that’s why some factories collect lots of used Li-ion batteries and refurnish them under some simple procedures. These refurnished batteries would cause many problems which includes liquid leakage and explosion. On the other hand Li-polymer battery, although it is not a new technology, it is more advantageous than Li-ion battery.
|Li-ion battery||Li-polymer battery|
|Chances of liquid leakage||Likely||never|
|Chances of explosion||Likely to explode when overcharged||Safe from explosion|
|Aging||Loses its actual charging capacity over time||Does not lose its charging capacity as much as Li-ion|
|Charging duration||Longer charge||Shorter charge|
|Weight||Little heavier||Light weight|
|Ability to bend||No||Almost 90 degree|
|Capacity and voltage||Lower||Higher|
With Sony 4300mAh Li-polymer battery, people think of its charging and vkworld T1 Plus Kratos supports MediaTek Pump Express fast charging.
Below are some of the test results shared by the company.
- In the talk time test, T1 Plus Kratos lasts for 34.12 hours.
- In web-browsing test, in 200 nit brightness and Wi-Fi condition, it lasts for 13.95 hours.
- In 4G LTE network, 200 nit brightness, it lasts for 15.27 hours.
- For video playback, T1 Plus Kratos lasts for 14.76 hours.
- Last but not least, in 8 hours of standby, it loses 1% power.
The above test results are very impressive.
vkworld T1 Plus Kratos runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the box and the new “Doze” mode comes handy to get battery battery life.
The rear camera of vkworld T1 Plus Kratos is a 13MP shooter from Sony and the 8MP front facing camera comes from OV.
It has been reported that the packaging of the vkworld T1 Plus Kratos is actually a VR box, which can be assembled following the instructions and enjoy the VR resources as in Google Cardboard.
vkworld T1 Plus Kratos features a metallic unibody design and it is the same 7000 series aluminium alloy as seen on iPhone 6s.
T1 Plus Kratos is going to hit the market in early September with a rumored price of $149.99.
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