Wireless charging and power banks for smartphones might become an old story soon, as a Chinese manufacturer, Oukitel is reportedly working on a battery that needs to be charged once in a week, reports Phandroid.

 Truth or myth?

Some recent images indicated Oukitel working on a smartphone battery that needs to beSmartphone with 10,000 mAh battery might be a reality soon charged once in a week. Though there is no official confirmation from the manufacturers, the image represents the look of Samsung Galaxy S6 Active and is backed with 10,000 mAh battery.

While Oukitel is in the news for launching a phone with a bigger and stronger battery, the other Chinese mobile phone manufacturing companies Gionee as well as ZTE are also reported to experiment on the same. Though the battery power is the primary concern of people, many are also interested to know about the dimension and weight of the phone with the massive battery.

 Availability of the smartphone

While the news that a smartphone with stronger battery may hit the market in the coming days, there are speculations regarding the availability of the phone outside the Asian market. People are interested to know, whether the company is at all interested to make the phone in bigger numbers. Yet, if they have plans of targeting the global market, then it might give a tough competition to Google phones, Apple or Samsung handsets. 

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