Innos D6000 may look like any other 64 bit snapdragon 615 octa core powered handset with 4G support, it however weighs about 188 grams and it is 11.9mm thick, the reason being the battery – it comes packed with a massive 6000 mAh battery.

The dual SIM Innos D6000 sports a JDI LTPS screen of 5.2 inches with corning gorilla glass 3 protection and supporting 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. It houses the 1.5GHz qualcomm snapdragon 615 MSM8939 64 bit octa core processor coupled with Adreno 405 GPU. It is running Android Lollipop 5.0 with 3GB (LPDDR3) RAM and 32 GB ROM.

There is micro SD support of up to 128GB. Innos D6000 also comes packed with 16MP AF camera on the rear with dual LED flash and 5MP front facing camera. Key features are 4G, 3G, 2G, Wi-Fi, GPS, USB 3.1 Type C port and Bluetooth.

innos d6000

Now when it comes to the battery there is 2,480 mAh primary battery and another 3520 mAh secondary battery on top of it. DuoCharge is supported that means both the batteries can be charged simultaneously (parallel charging). The batteries can be swapped without the need to shut down the phone as the other battery will still power it.

innos d6000 internals

Innos D6000 is priced at RMB 1799 (approx R.s 18,500). There is news that the company will also launch D6000m that will use MediaTek chipset with 2GB RAM for RMB 1000 approx Rs. 10,300.

innos d6000 camera

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  1. great spec!

    In 2016 3rd quarter
    maximum phones will have 5000mAH battery with first charging support which will charge in 90 minutes.

  2. 2 major concerns
    1) it has 615 soc which heat like hell
    2) then it’s also have 2 battery’s.

    Means its a portable heater for winter nothing else. 🙂

    1. The 615 doesn’t have the heating problem. The 810 does. And actually having 2 batteries may help in better heat dissipation.

        1. @ Asutosh
          can you tell us the few name of mobiles which does not heat after playing HD game for half an hour that too in summer temp 40* C +

  3. “The batteries can be swapped without the need to shut down the phone as the other battery will still power it.” Strange! How can you swap two batteries without shutting the phone or without an intermediate third battery? The same thing applies for swapping two glassfull of mango and orange juices without using third empty glass?

    1. Mahesh, correct and what this means is you can buy extra pair of batteries if your usage is very high. Say you have 2 x 3520 mAh battery, one in the phone and other with you, when needed you can swap the battery, the 2480 mAh will still keep the handset on.

    2. Battery can be swap without shutting phone due to its duo charge advantage.

  4. What about Android version or OS, whether updates will be provided for a year or so because now a days it is important aspect.

  5. Mediatek Version Of Innos D6000m Comes With 2GB Ram & Priced @ 1000¥. ( 10000 rs INR)

  6. hey gogi, I bought the miband and received it, I am using redmi1s but its on jellybean 4.3, any idea when the official miui 6 on KitKat will be released

    1. Beta version of MIUI 6 running on kitkat is already available for download which was released last month and they have been rolling updates for the beta version every week since then. However you have to wait more for the stable version. But if you want lolipop in your device you can always flash the device with other ROMs like Mokee ROM running on lollipop in redmi 1s which I am using currently.

  7. Wow…great idea…why the Indians are not think about this.. Defiantly buy this..that gives me atleat 2days heavy usage!;)

    1. Because Indian brands not doing any research. They are just searching phones to be rebranded. Don’t worry intex or mmx will rebranded in India next year. 🙂

    1. Not sure, but don’t think so. The unique part on this handset is using 2 batteries, may be further phones will use this technique.

      1. Its an old technique (Gfive model feature phones used this 5 years before ). I think no other top brand phone will use this technique, the phone will be bulky and will drag down the pocket if you put it in.