Nowadays, mobile phone battery can be classified into 2 types: Li-ion battery and Li-polymer battery. And the battery on T1 Plus Kratos belongs to the second category. Li-ion battery has been used for a very long time. The technologies of Li-ion battery are very mature and advanced. That’s also why some factories would collect lots of used Li-ion batteries and refurnish them under some simple procedures. And those refurnished batteries would cause many problems, including liquid leakage and explosion. On the other hand, Li-polymer battery, although it is not the newest technology, it still got more advantages over Li-ion battery.
And T1 Plus Kratos also supports MediaTek Pump Express fast charging.
Starting with talk time test, T1 Plus Kratos lasts for 34.12 hours;
In web-browsing test, in 200 nit brightness and Wi-Fi condition, T1 Plus Kratos lasts for 13.95 hours.
In 4G LTE network, 200 nit brightness, it lasts for 15.27 hours.
For video playback, T1 Plus Kratos lasts for 14.76 hours.
Last but not least, in 8 hours of standby, it loses 1% power.
And T1 Plus Kratos features Android 6.0 out of the box. The new “Doze” mode is really helpful for battery life. That’s also one of the reasons why it can do better in standby.
By the way, the packing box of T1 Plus Kratos is actually a VR box. You can assemble the box under the instruction and enjoy lots of VR resources like you do on Google Cardboard.
The rear camera on T1 Plus Kratos is a 13MP shooter from Sony and the 8MP front camera comes from OV. As we can see, T1 Plus Kratos features metallic unibody design and it is the same 7000 Series aluminum alloy as iPhone 6s.
T1 Plus Kratos is going to hit the market in early September with a rumored price of $149.99.