Ulefone post photos of the upcoming Ulefone Power


You recently would’ve read about the upcoming Ulefone Power, which as the name suggests, is a phone with plenty of power (read: battery).

In a blog post, Ulefone have revealed exactly how the Power will look. Sure it isn’t going to be the thinnest phone around, but we must admit the Power does look like an appealing amalgam.

Ulefone also say that while they ‘could have reduced the thickness of Ulefone power to 8mm, but to add some useful components and also improve the cooling system, kept the extra 1.5mm’. We’ll know how well that fares when we test the phone to review it here.

The Power does have a characteristic Ulefone design touch to it… which isn’t something bad per se. The pictures also depict the phone with a wooden rear, which makes us wonder whether it’s going to be a bundled accessory or an add on.

Take a look at the pictures:

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You can read more about the Power in our initial coverage.

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21 Comments

  1. December 30, 2015

    Hmm … I got to say that design is actually good. At $200, I think this phone’s price is good coupled with the fact that Ulefone decided to use MT6753 and not MT6735. 3GB RAM, IR blaster and fingerprint reader are very good pluses.

    This will be my very first big battery phone. Waiting for the release…

    • Muhammad Yasir
      December 30, 2015

      more like waiting for the Review(s) :p
      if anything , GC has taught me to hold off on Ulefones of all types before a candid review 😀

      • Assefa Hanson
        December 30, 2015

        well was the paris that bad? seems it wasnt and they recieved plenty of updates that fixed quite a lot, i know the betouch lines have quite some issues tho

        • Muhammad Yasir
          December 30, 2015

          yeah … Betouch was the phone which punched ulefone several times in the gut , along with the Be Pro … all the hype was succeeded by horrible and substandard end product which made ulefone one of the most culpable brands out there …

          i never took a good look at Paris , except for the review here which kinda belittled the cam performance …

          Edit : altho i fully endorse and acknowledge the makeup effort by the ulefone software team , that they made by releasing a few updates. They need to be consistent in that regard !

      • MattD
        December 30, 2015

        Yep, I’m so damn tempted, but I’m not even blinking an eye untill i see a review saying it’s really really really worth it! 😀

        • Muhammad Yasir
          December 30, 2015

          exactly

  2. Muhammad Yasir
    December 30, 2015

    there is something v.unique about Ulefone , in a bittersweet sense …
    they are REALLY REALLY good with creating genuine and solid hype for their products.. its like they have already won half the battle.

    BUT when it comes to actually delivering the product in flesh …. there’s so much childish blunders and ridiculously foolish and totally avoidable mistakes in the Product , that people start bashing them like hell … profanities become normal service.

    If ulefone can change that approach for the better , they may just be the next market winner … but honestly, the SERIOUSLY need to consider avoiding mistakes that they make repeatedly !

    • December 30, 2015

      You are very right on the one @disqus_rPqg6NlmUn:disqus. LEts watch their upcoming devices and see what they make of them.

    • Marco Lancaster
      December 31, 2015

      Yeah, they also put a lot of things but forget the simplest ones such as lack of Notification LED on Be Touch 1 and 2.

      • Muhammad Yasir
        December 31, 2015

        exactly

  3. a
    December 30, 2015

    Just some renders. The real bezels are probably way larger

    • December 30, 2015

      Lets wait till we see it in flesh. But I really do like the design.

  4. G'n'T
    December 30, 2015

    Shame they moved the finger print reader to the back. I do like the front facing reader on my BT2. Especially when I am driving in the car and need to unlock the phone. It stays in its holder and doesn’t need to be removed.

    • kik
      December 31, 2015

      Hmmm, for small brands, rear fingerprint scanner is often more responsive than the front.

    • Marco Lancaster
      December 31, 2015

      To be honest for a phone with 5.5″ on FP on the back is great, because it usually put your finger right there when picking the phone. The bad is that you can’t use it while the phone is on a table.

  5. Windows 10
    December 31, 2015

    I have long been neglecting big battery devices because i don’t like brick. But seems ulefone has managed to make the Power a decent looking phone.

  6. Guns 'n' Vegetables
    December 31, 2015

    Ulefone devices are always with good design and works good, except Be touch 2.

    • Fabio
      December 31, 2015

      Ya, and then they made Ulefone Paris, which is nearly perfect. And they care about users, at least for Ulefone Paris users. They’ve released 5 updates in 3 months.

      • Marco Lancaster
        December 31, 2015

        The only bad in Paris is it display, saw several users who got white pressure points coincidentally above the home button after a couple weeks with the device.

  7. Tarantino
    December 31, 2015

    Will Ulefone release case for the power with prop on the back? Because although the phone is not too think will be heavier than small-battery phones, it’s good to have such a case so i can put it on my desk when wachting online videos.

  8. Mengkih
    December 31, 2015

    Ulefone Power is my dream phone. The battery, the specs, the design. Let’s see how the batter works.