Inside the phone there’s an easy-access compartment for the emergency battery. With the high-power Energizer e2, the best-performing rechargeable battery, this can give an extra 3 hours’ talk time and standby for up to a week.
It’s described as a concept product at the moment, with a launch date in Q4. And we’d love to show you a pic, but Philips says “we cannot release images and/or pictures of the X-NRG … This is purely to prevent piracy”. There are a few snaps around the net, suggesting that the handset looks like a moderately bulky flip phone.
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