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The SpareOne Cellphone Shown at CES 2012 Lives 15 Years

Having to carry a phone charger and always locate oneself relative to a power outlet in case one's cellphone dies has become an issue no more, for the SpareOne cellphone lives 15 years on a single AA battery. This is phone is aimed for emergency situations or for professional use in sponsorships and hotels.

Shown at CES 2012, this phone gives companies an opportunity to provide personnel with communicative devices that sacrifice flashiness for performance -- without employing chunky handheld radios. As for the public, this would be the perfect phone to have stowed away in one's vehicle for a call for assistance when there are no alternative nearby. The SpareOne cellphone lives 15 years so that commercial cellphones can be used and replaced without fear of ever being phone-less. Consumers will have added a significant member to their emergency care packages and leaving an extra four-pack of batteries with the phone bodes another 60 years of life.

Addressing a long-standing battery issue means owning cellular devices that encompass this prolonged battery life while also achieving modernistic design may just be around corner.

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