Many people notice the problem of current smartphones in terms of battery capacity. However, many would want to solve it. However, there are limits, even if the perspective of a 50-day battery life can be tempting for someone. In the end, it turned out that the company Avenir Telecom, despite appearing at the Mobile World Congress, was not able to convince the recipients of its product. It was Energizer Power Max P18K Pop, a hybrid smartphone with a battery with a monstrous capacity of 18,000 mAh. The French corporation has just made a spectacular defeat to the indigestion crowdfunding portal. It only collected 1% of the amount planned for the implementation of your project.
Energizer Power Max P18K Pop had to provide up to 50 days or 48 hours of continuous video playback. However, there was no sensation, as only 11 people left the project.
Without a doubt, there are times when creators have to stand up to attract investors' attention to their projects. Energizer Power Max P18K Pop has gained a lot of attention in the media as a kind of exotic curiosity. Unfortunately, there has not been much success for Avenir Telecom. An ambitious goal has not been achieved at Indiegogo crowdfuding portal. Of the estimated 1.2 million US dollars, only 15,000 were collected. Translating it into percentages, it only represents the 1% of the target set by the French company. The project consisted of only 11 people. You will probably get a refund.
Energizer Power Max P18K Pop – photos of smartphones. But brick!
The significant dimensions of the smartphone had a pre-sale price of USD 549, and that price had a full stadium at USD599. Unfortunately, if you take into account the situation in Indiegogo, it will probably never happen. It will be better. The Avenir Telecom product will become the latest fashion? However, if we approach this very seriously, it is difficult to believe that Avenir really thinks that this project would get this financial support. On the other hand, crowdfunding as an interest measure seems to be a safe solution. Nor would it be strange that a French company would simply want to advertise about this commitment.
Source: The Verge, Android Central