Energizer is likely to unveil 26 phone models some including exclusive features this February 2019 at a major technology convention.
Energizer a major mainstream battery manufacturer and seller has said that they would be releasing 26 different phone models at MWC. Mobile World Congress is a major mobile phone exhibition hosted in Barcelona, Spain where about 100,00 people attend to view new mobile phones from many different companies.
According to 9to5Google, from these 26 Energizer phones, there will supposedly be 4 flagship models called "Power Max, Ultimate, Energy, and Hardcase". The Power Max flagship line will include a massive 18,000 mAh battery. Just to put that it into perspective, the iPhone XS Max (Apple's largest phone) has a 3,174 mAh battery capacity. Now, phones in the "Ultimate" flagship line will include the pop-up camera feature which could be Energizer's attempt to have no notch. Finally, the Energy and Hardcase flagship lines would be the more basic phones out of the 26. Those are the models that will not have these new features. While not a lot of information about the foldable displays is known, there is still a very likely possibility that it will be unveiled during MWC.
While the specs of most flagship Energizer Phones are not known, the Ultimate models are. The "Ultimate" line will have two high-end phones. One of the phones will have a motorized pop-up front dual camera. One of those cameras will be 16mp, while the second one will be a 2mp depth sensor. It will also have a triple lens camera on the back. Its internals are 6 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage. The second Ultimate model will also have a motorized pop-up front dual camera and include 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Both of these phones will be releasing sometime in the summer of 2019.
While Energizer has made some basic phones previously, this approach to make new phones with exciting and uncommon features could be a start for what mobile phones could look like in the future.