For those tired of finding charging points for their smartphone every place they visit, a Chinese company has reportedly unveiled an e-reader cum smartphone that can last for up to two weeks on a single charge.
China-based Onyx has unveiled its MIDIA InkPhone, the 4.3-inch device, which boasts of better battery life, compared to any other modern day hi-end smartphone.
However, the smart device is sans camera, is low on speed with a relatively low-end Rockchip CPU with a small amount of RAM and 4GB of storage, Fox News reports.
The Android-powered Inkphone also carries a 1,800-mAh battery, which is small compared to the likes of today's smartphones such as the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One, but it also requires less energy to run.
With minimal specs, the device has its reader app with access to a proprietary e-book store, and app downloads form Google or Amazon isn't possible without loading the app stores first.
The device would be available via Amazon.com in April for approximately 195 dollars.