As we’ve observed a million times in the past, smartphone manufacturers are very much obsessed with making things slimmer, when most folk (it’s probably fair to say) would accept a little extra beef if it meant increased battery life.
The Motorola Razr Maxx stands out with its 3,300mAh battery, but it’s trumped by a little something called the Lenovo P770.
The Lenovo P770 is fairly unremarkable as far as Android smartphones go, though it does have one standout feature.
Yes, the Lenovo P770 has a great big 3,500mAh battery, offering somewhere in the region of 29 hours talk time. Lenovo P770 standby time is an incredible (by smartphone standards) 27 days.
Best of all, despite the beefy battery, the Lenovo P770 is less than 12mm thick, and weighs just 161g.
Other Lenovo P770 specs include a 4.5in IPS display (960 x 540), dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 5MP rear camera, Jelly Bean (Android 4.1), 1GB of RAM and a modest 4GB internal storage.
Lenovo P770 price is around £170, though we don’t expect to see the smartphone venture too far out of China.