The manufacturer Uhans has released some of the technical features of its next terminal H5000, a device that name gives us a clue, and is noted for its monstrous battery 5000 mAh thanks to which, according to the manufacturer, we can enjoy up to a week of autonomy without recharging.
Let’s put it ahead Uhans is a manufacturer who does not work with high-end, and therefore this terminal specifications are rather modest, although they are not entirely wrong. MediaTek MTK6737 riding a quad-core processor low-power operating at 1.1GHz, along with an ARM Mali T720 GPU MP2. To this are added 3 GB of RAM, which today are almost standard in midrange terminals with Android operating system, and its 32 GB of internal storage that is not bad.
It has an 8MP main camera manufactured by Sony, of course with LED flash, and a front 2 megapixel camera for taking selfies. Among the connectivity highlights 4G LTE network support and mandatory WiFi, plus Bluetooth, GPS and others. Its screen has a size of 5 inches and features HD resolution (1280 x 720 pixels), protected yes the famous Gorilla Glass 4 solution.
As you can see this is a fairly simple in terms of features terminal, and a SoC oriented low consumption (compared with the previous MTK6735, it reduces its consumption by 25% and has a yield up to 34% higher) but it stands by a huge autonomy thanks to its large battery of 5000 mAh. This, according to the manufacturer gives the H5000 up to one week of battery life with normal use and up to 5 days giving cane